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post #1 of 1 Old Jul 15th, 2007, 10:40 am Thread Starter
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Unhappy Speaker Static

Hey all;

Washing my bike today and all of a sudden I am getting static thru my speakers. The radio was not on. Turned the radion on and no sound! Tried different channels and the cd player nothing. Turne radio off, static. Tried again and the radio played and then off again, still have static. The display on the radio all work fine. Checked my autocom and pulled the connectors, still staic. Pulled the radio fuse under the seat and STATIC. Disconnected the battery all went silent. Reconnected and STATIC. I'm thinking I have a short under the radio I will have to take off the tupperware. Any ideas?


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