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Hello,

I am trying get our DVD player to work on our '04 Sedona.

I have done a search on the forums here, but of course came up with 100's of posts when I searched for "fuse".

Does anyone know which fuse goes to the DVD player?

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I found the fuse box, and didn't see anything that appeared to go to the DVD player.
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Does anyone know where the fuse for the DVD player is?
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Look for a "ROOM" fuse in the passenger compartment fuse box.
It's usually plugged into an area that is YELLOW in color or is covered with a YELLOW cover. I've read posts that by removing and re-installing this fuse it will RESET your Radio/CD and clock. Make note of your favorite stations in memory as they also will be reset.
There is also a fuse marked AUDIO in the same fuse box that may be blown.
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Thank you, I will check this out this afternoon.
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Also, note.
Most Audio head units have a fuse on their immediate rear....

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I have a 2006 Sedona and the fuse is the same for the powerpoint. 15A and is labelled power1. I had a metal ring that fell in the powerpoint slot shorting out and blowing my fuses cutting power to my DVD player. Removed metal from slot, put in brand new fuse and DVD player powered back up.
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