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Posted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 9:15 pm 
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It is... They put a fuse on the ground track because they were sick of repairing burnt tracks. The last 4-5 ranges have had the fuse. I really don't see the difference though, a technician still has to dismantle it and solder a new fuse in place.
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Posted: Sat Oct 11, 2008 5:30 pm 
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Happened to me a few years back and lucky still under warrenty, then on a friends deck i figured the same thing and looped a cable over the rca's and jammed on the rca's over it and put it back in the dash and still going good now.

It usually wrecks when the deck is on and you disconnect a rca and touch it on metal while still connected to the deck.

 

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Posted: Sun Oct 12, 2008 9:19 am 
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lethal EA wrote:
Happened to me a few years back and lucky still under warrenty, then on a friends deck i figured the same thing and looped a cable over the rca's and jammed on the rca's over it and put it back in the dash and still going good now.

It usually wrecks when the deck is on and you disconnect a rca and touch it on metal while still connected to the deck.


Well that makes no sense at all seeing that the shield on the rca and the body work should be the same potential, ie ground......

Another reason why I won't run a Pioneer deck....

 

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