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Current version by: oldturkey03 ,

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It is possible that whoever wired the radio inin, that there is a inline fuse that has blown,check on that. Also not sure about your fan unless the radio wiring is connected to the fan power. Take a multimeter and check if you get power to the fan. The light on the switch might be a separate circuit and mymay not necessarily indicate that youyour fan gets power. It may be the fan motor. Also do not forget to check all your fuses to make sure they are in working order. Good Luck
It is possible that whoever wired the radio inin, that there is a inline fuse that has blown,check on that. Also not sure about your fan unless the radio wiring is connected to the fan power. Take a multimeter and check if you get power to the fan. The light on the switch might be a separate circuit and mymay not necessarily indicate that youyour fan gets power. It may be the fan motor. Also do not forget to check all your fuses to make sure they are in working order. Good Luck

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Original post by: oldturkey03 ,

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It is possible that whoever wired the radio in that there is a inline fuse that has blown,check on that. Also not sure about your fan unless the radio wiring is connected to the fan power. Take a multimeter and check if you get power to the fan. The light on the switch might be a separate circuit and my not necessarily indicate that you fan gets power. It may be the fan motor. Also do not forget to check all your fuses to make sure they are in working order. Good Luck

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