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Old 04-13-2013, 03:28 PM   #1
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2000 LADB stereo/CB fuse

I switched on the CB for the first time today and fire and smoke erupted from the power mic. Also, the dash stereo/back up screen went dead. I assume a fuse was blown, but I sure cannot find it. All the fuses forward of the steering wheel appear good as do all in the bedroom locker. None are labeled stereo, anywhere that I have found. PO never used the CB...

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Dave the fuse maybe marked accessory or ACC, install by mfg.

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You could also have in-line fuses, usually with-in a foot of the radio.
So much fun to find and change.
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Not sure of London Aire, but my 2000 DSDP has a radio fuse in the shore power compartment, behind a plexiglass cover.
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Ditto, ours is in the electrical cord bay with a bunch of others like CB, LP, Security. Takes the standard medium size blade fuses and have blue wires going to them.
In addition the CB under dash has an inline "push and turn" barrel fuse holder on the red 12v + feed wire going to the same small silver box as the Cobra multi function mic goes to.
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Thanks for all the input. We brought her back from Florida to Indiana these past few days. I didn't spend much time looking for the culprit on the travel days. But, I can now say there is a ubiquitus unmarked metal box in the shore power bay. It has several more fuses and one blown fuse marked CB/radio. Put a new fuse in, but no joy. I'll get under the dash or more likely pull the dash panel off to look for an inline fuse. I must say I am not optimistic as the CB mic shorted but I really want the stereo and back up camera. I would be disappointed if they ran these through another fuse. While a CB would be nice, it is not as important as the others. I removed the mic. Replacement is likely impossible due to age and replacing the radio box (wherever it may be) is probably not worth it to me. So, I may find the power line for the stereo/back up screen (behand dash panel) and rewire... I'll document the wiring, but probably forget where it put it.

Otherwise it was a pleasant trip. Oh except for the basement AC, that will need some outside attention - not my expertise.
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Under the dash on end of CB cord may have a metal box attached with Velcro under there, would have wire connections and ant connections.
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