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STX dead???

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KennerFire
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STX dead???

Postby KennerFire » Mon Aug 05, 2002 6:08 pm

I somehow inadvertantly put the positve lead on first before the negative lead or reversed them alltogether and now my stx will not power up at all , was attemting to turn it on using a different battery for test purposes but it did work prior to this. Is there any way i can fix this or is it TOAST ??

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Postby 10-95 » Mon Aug 05, 2002 6:21 pm

Not a problem , take the radio apart and replace the fuse. It is located at the bottom of the main board on the speaker side, You will have to de-solder it from the other side of the board of course. The fuse looks like any other older moto portable fuse, Green .

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Postby KennerFire » Tue Aug 06, 2002 1:21 pm

Does the fuse look like a resistor green with red and black stripes or am i looking at the wrong thing, is there a way to test the fuse ???


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