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Hi,
 
The fuse is inline with the power cable. Here is a link which shows you where it is.
 
[guide|19351]
 
If the fuse is blown and a replacement fuse (ensure that you replace with the correct rating fuse rating is usually stamped on silver cap of fuse e.g. 12V 2A etc) blows immediately you connect it, then there is probably a short circuit on the power input. Here is a wiring schematic if you
If you
find that fixing the fuse didn't solve the problemproblem and it doesn't power up, here is a wiring schematic which may assist you to find out what is wrong.
If the fuse is blown and a replacement fuse (ensure that you replace with the correct rating fuse rating is usually stamped on silver cap of fuse e.g. 12V 2A etc) blows immediately you connect it, then there is probably a short circuit on the power input. Here is a wiring schematic if you
If you
find that fixing the fuse didn't solve the problemproblem and it doesn't power up, here is a wiring schematic which may assist you to find out what is wrong.
 
http://www.freeinfostuff.com/CBs/29LTD.pdf
 
Here is a link detailing a solution by someone who had a similar problem http://www.radiomods.co.nz/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2795

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Hi,
 
The fuse is inline with the power cable. Here is a link which shows you where it is.
 
[guide|19351]
 
If the fuse is blown and a replacement fuse (ensure that you replace with the correct rating fusefuse rating is usually stamped on silver cap of fuse e.g. 12V 2A etc) blows immediately you connect it, then there is probably a short circuit on the power input. Here is a wiring schematic if you find that fixing the fuse didn't solve the problem.
If the fuse is blown and a replacement fuse (ensure that you replace with the correct rating fusefuse rating is usually stamped on silver cap of fuse e.g. 12V 2A etc) blows immediately you connect it, then there is probably a short circuit on the power input. Here is a wiring schematic if you find that fixing the fuse didn't solve the problem.
 
http://www.freeinfostuff.com/CBs/29LTD.pdf
 
Here is a link detailing a solution by someone who had a similar problem http://www.radiomods.co.nz/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2795

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Contribution d'origine par : jayeff ,

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Hi,

The fuse is inline with the power cable. Here is a link which shows you where it is.

[guide|19351]

If the fuse is blown and a replacement fuse (ensure that you replace with the correct rating fuse) blows immediately you connect it, then there is probably a short circuit on the power input. Here is a wiring schematic if you find that fixing the fuse didn't solve the problem.

http://www.freeinfostuff.com/CBs/29LTD.pdf

Here is a link detailing a solution by someone who had a similar problem http://www.radiomods.co.nz/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2795

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