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help with radio

ok so got to work. backed my truck into the spot i was parking in and i hear a pop the radio cut off with my "Hollywood Undead" cd still in it and i smell something burning. well my radio won't turn on. i have checked all fuses and no wires seem to be burnt. however my radio gets real real hot. is it fried? and does anyone know how to get a cd out of a radio that will not cut on? thanks guys and GO RF!
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sounds like you fried the internals.

you can pull it out and take it apart. and worse comes to worse, i've got a metal grinder that'll take care of anything.....
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i think the radio is fried too.
looking at gettin this one
Dual XDMA7715 CD receiver at Crutchfield.com
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Looks like an alien space craft.

You should get one that has a navigation system in it.
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Actually, Johnson's might have a few radios. All the Rangers/Explorers all had their radios taken out and were sitting in the building.
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Looks like an alien space craft.

You should get one that has a navigation system in it.
ya i seen that for 800 dollars and i don't think so. but i found the one i want the alpine cda-9886
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Get an Alpine or Pioneer, Dual is crappy.

I think your problem was from listening to gay *** Hollywood Undead
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Get an Alpine or Pioneer, Dual is crappy.

I think your problem was from listening to gay *** Hollywood Undead
hahhahh i can't say what i want to to you on the forums but its on like donkey kong in the chatroom. and im gettin the alpine cda-9886 i think
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ya i seen that for 800 dollars and i don't think so. but i found the one i want the alpine cda-9886

I went with the 9886 also. BUY IT! It has really good sound processing and the iPod connection works really well too!
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