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Old 04-14-2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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Magnadyne radio 9900DVDS

Does the clock reset itself EVERY time the power is turned off or is there a setting that will allow power to the clock even when the key is OFF and the radio is off......like in a car? THANKS!!!
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There is a yellow wire in the back of the radio that is supposed to be connected to a constant 12V power source. Yours is either not connected to an uninterrupted source or the fuse is blown.
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AWESOME!!! thanks! This site and the people here are wonderful....and so smart!!
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There is a yellow wire in the back of the radio that is supposed to be connected to a constant 12V power source. Yours is either not connected to an uninterrupted source or the fuse is blown.

BTW, sometimes it's not connected because it is a parasitic draw ... slowly drains the battery when in storage unless you have solar or trickle charge. You can also add a switch to the line so you can leave it powered when regularly using the RV.
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Great idea!
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By the way, a simple way to remove the radio from the dash is to insert
a nail in the small hole (one per corner) about 2 inches.

That will release the catches and the radio will pull forward so you can
check that yellow ( memory) wire.
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By the way, a simple way to remove the radio from the dash is to insert
a nail in the small hole (one per corner) about 2 inches.

That will release the catches and the radio will pull forward so you can
check that yellow ( memory) wire.
Nice !! I have the two U shaped pins and would not have thought of nails. Am sure I would have contacted the company and sent my "first born male" to pay for pins when nails would do the job!
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A three inch nail (4 of them) would be easier.
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Metal coat hangers, cut to form a "U" and inserted on each side at the same time will do the job also. I don't carry nails.
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