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Low volume on radio, I replaced the amplifier with an used one, but the problem still present. All channels are Ok.

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    REx Serrano Oct 22, 2013

    I replaced the side panel amplifier with an used one that I buy, but the radio still have a low volume. Can I said that the replaced amplifier is not working properly or is the radio the problem and not the amplifier??. All the speakers works Ok.

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When you tried play a cd and you got low volume with amp, 1. Try find a original cd and plays it see if the sound loud or low if it's still low you need lenses disc cleaner, to clean your decks lense.

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