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Revision to Cobra SPX 5300 Troubleshooting

Olivia Breazeale

=== Faulty Power Cord ===
 
YourThe detector is not wireless and must be plugged into a power source. If the device will not turn on, your power cord connecting the device to your cigarette lighter outlet may be faulty. Pull the cord out and reinsert it multiple times. If there is still no response, you should check the cord in a different outlet. If there is still no response, you may want to buy a new power cord.
YourThe detector is not wireless and must be plugged into a power source. If the device will not turn on, your power cord connecting the device to your cigarette lighter outlet may be faulty. Pull the cord out and reinsert it multiple times. If there is still no response, you should check the cord in a different outlet. If there is still no response, you may want to buy a new power cord.
 
=== Bad Cigarette Lighter Fuse ===
 
UnscrewIf the power cord was not the issue, the cigarette lighter fuse may be. To check this, unscrew the tip of the cigarette lighter plug and make sure that all of the fuses are connected properly. If they are connected, test your device’s power cord in a different cigarette lighter within the vehicle to ensure that the power cord is not the problem. If they are not connected, the fuses may need to be replaced or repaired.
UnscrewIf the power cord was not the issue, the cigarette lighter fuse may be. To check this, unscrew the tip of the cigarette lighter plug and make sure that all of the fuses are connected properly. If they are connected, test your device’s power cord in a different cigarette lighter within the vehicle to ensure that the power cord is not the problem. If they are not connected, the fuses may need to be replaced or repaired.
 
=== Obstructed 12V DC Power Jack ===

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