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Audio/Video System troubleshooting

Audio/video system works off and on. If the battery is replaced or unhooked the system will work..for a short time. Usually the sound will stop before the whole system goes dark. the headphones will work when the sound goes, but most of the time there is nothing, unless the battery is unhooked...HELP!!

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There is a penny in your CD player slot. I had the same issues. Evertime I went over railroad tracks or severe pot holes my audio would go mute. The penny is moving around inside, on the CD player's electronic board and sorting out by letting multiple circuits make contact, so the penny was removed and everything is good. It killed my DVD System, I had to have it replaced on the dealership. I guess the previous owners kid put the penny in, mimmicking like a CD. I have had my Quest 3 weeks, probably one of the reasons they traded it in........

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