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atk1721    1

Hi

i picked up my boat from the mechanic after getting it summer ready. I noticed the power wire for my stereo was disconnected from the battery. I turned the batter selector switch to off and connected the power. My deck still didn’t turn on. My stereo rocker switch lights up. I checked fuses and the fuse in the back of the stereo was blown as well as both fuses in my tower speaker amp. I checked the fuse in the panel that says stereo and it was okay. I replaced all the fuses and still nothing turning on the deck. Could the deck be blown? Not sure where to look next. Any help would be great. 

Thank you

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Wylie_Tunes    139

Sounds like a battery or amp supply cable got connected in reverse polarity. 

I would get a volt meter and check for the proper voltage at the back of the head and then at the amp(s). 

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atk1721    1

Wylie thanks for the help. The mechanic had the power and ground going to the same terminal. With all the cables going to the batteries I guess they lost track of which ones go where. Replaced all the fuses and working again. 

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