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 Clarion AZD625

I just bought a new Clarion AZD625 Double Din head unit off ebay for a 92 Toyota Land Cruiser. I got the adapter for the din plug from Circut City (who had also recently installed speakers.) The moment I pluged the unit the fuse blew (10A). I put in a 20A to quickly see if it would work. It did but sounded bad (week and distorted) and the back of the unit gets very very hot. I then ran a power lead directly from the batttery. Same problem. My next thought was that the factory wires are too small. I took it to Circut City, they tell me that the unitis damaged from a speaker grounded out. Pointed out to them that they installed the speakers but they won't take responsiblility. Ebay seller doesn't want to let me return it. Is the unit necessarly dammaged? Any ideas? Guess I could look at adding a seperate amp. I'm not very happy.

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this is what i would do go to the speakers to see if the wires are touching because if it sounds like crap they might be in there if not you could also have a wire crossed to where you could possible using two different channels so in the doors or where ever you put the speakers in check colors and find out wich ones are positive and negative. on your wiring harnes make sure you have room in the dash also that will let air circulate better if not try to make room by pulling some of the wire out of the way and using a zip tie if the problem persist call the factory and also make sure you have a warrenty there might have been a problem with it befor you baught it www.jlcaudio.com

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