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Unread 11-11-2012, 02:13 PM   #1
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Kenwood deck cold? Not working

Hey all,

Last night was cold. As in, -10 cold. In my haste to get from my car to my house, I left my fog lights on. When I discovered my dead battery this morning, I jump-started the jeep, and then turned it over. I made a cursory check of everything, and discovered that my deck was not turning on, and neither was my sub and amp. I checked the fuse for the radio (#10 red 10) and it's fine. Short of getting behind the deck (which I DO NOT want to do, as it is still in the single digits and windy outside), what should I do? Also, the audio shop where I bought the unit is closed for Veterans Day.

Any and all help is appreciated

Dirt Deprived
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