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Unread 09-28-2007, 05:29 PM   #1
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Electrical problem

Hi so randomly my right front speaker went out (very little sound coming out) shortly after my CB blew a fuse and now when I replaced it seems to be short on power (dim light) and low speaker volume I tried replacing the speaker thinking it and the cb might not be related to no avail but if i put the ballence on my radio to the right it plays loudly but then the back speakers are not the same volume, all other things (as far as I know) are working radio fuse isnt blow and connections to back of deck are made. Thanks for your imput.

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fuses blow because something shorted out. You might have damaged some wiring by the radio or speaker of heat was allowed to build up before the fuse blew. More important is to find out why the fuse popped to begin with. and work your way backwards to find the other related problems.
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fuses blow because something shorted out. You might have damaged some wiring by the radio or speaker of heat was allowed to build up before the fuse blew. More important is to find out why the fuse popped to begin with. and work your way backwards to find the other related problems.

So I found out that its my deck (atleast for my speaker) put in a friends and it worked. Now I just need to find out if maybe somthing in the CB blew, It gets some power im guessing 1/6th of its normal power though
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