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My alpine CDE-7870 Cd player stopped working and i cant find out what is the matter with it

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The power line has a blown fuse. Check under the dash or wherever the fuse box is that controls the stereo. Also, check the inline power wire cause they have those little cylindrical fuses that blow. Also, make sure you got a good ground and check for shorts.

No not your shorts. Check for shorts in the wiring.

Posted on Feb 12, 2010

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