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Yes it could have damaged a module,but there are the three specific fuses i listed that need confirming as ok either by replacement or confirming power both sides of the fuses,
they all play a part in the radio/audible warnings systems and just because the screen flicks on doesn't mean all is ok,
it's your car so it's up to you if you take advice or not
 
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Yes thank you I am taking your advice but as I said I’m no mechanic so will have to seek some help on that, I’ll let you know how it goes, again thank you.
 

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Did you manage to resolve the issue with your entertainment system.

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Did you manage to resolve the issue with your entertainment system.

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No not as yet, I’ve had it to two garages and there are no codes showing so they don’t know what to do other than suggest an auto electrician.
 

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I don’t know if anyone is interested but as I said I disconnected and connected the battery on numerous occasions as this seemed to be the common advice, all to no avail. A week ago the new battery was flat, I put a smart charger on it, without disconnecting the battery and charged the battery. Car was fine for two days then went flat again so I put the smart charger on again. I put it on on Friday teatime and took it off on Saturday lunchtime about 1pm as I had a message to do, low and behold the radio, the indicator sound, seat belt warning lights, telephone all back on, that was over a week ago and all still ok. I have no idea how to explain any of this but if it helps anyone out there I’ll be happy.
 

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I don’t know if anyone is interested but as I said I disconnected and connected the battery on numerous occasions as this seemed to be the common advice, all to no avail. A week ago the new battery was flat, I put a smart charger on it, without disconnecting the battery and charged the battery. Car was fine for two days then went flat again so I put the smart charger on again. I put it on on Friday teatime and took it off on Saturday lunchtime about 1pm as I had a message to do, low and behold the radio, the indicator sound, seat belt warning lights, telephone all back on, that was over a week ago and all still ok. I have no idea how to explain any of this but if it helps anyone out there I’ll be happy.
Is the battery being drained when the cars not moved for a day or so?
 
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No the battery was being drained when the car was in daily use. It would go two days then need charging but as I say it fixed itself and all is fine now. Radio, telephone all warning sounds on and the battery is staying fully charged.
 
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