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MarkEastwood

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Low voltage at Radio fuse
« on: 17 February 2019, 15:53:06 »

Hi guys

New to this forum but hoping for some guidance.

I recently recharged my battery and found my radio was no longer working.  I checked the radio fuse and it was intact but the found it was only registering about 3 volts at the terminals.

Everything else seems to be working but I'm not sure where to go next.

Can anyone point me in a direction?
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Re: Low voltage at Radio fuse
« Reply #1 on: 17 February 2019, 21:04:08 »

Well 3 Volts doesn't make sense unless your measuring stray volts or leakage through another source.

Obviously check the Meter is working correctly by measuring a known source, check any cables you may have left off when changing the Battery, otherwise just work your way backwards from the HU Supply to Battery.
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