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CDA 9885 No idea why it suddenly stopped working

Hey there,

About 1 year ago i got my CDA - 9885 installed at JB hifi along with my 2 amps, 6" splits and 6" speakers with my 12" kicker sub.

Now everything has worked fantastic for the last year, then yesterday for no reason this happened:

It just cut out and turned off, so i turned it on again and it went to radio then it played fine, i switched to cd player then it just keeps turning off again, (now sometimes it will play the cd without sound and sometimes it says "ERROR" or "EJECT" and sometimes it wont even play radio with sound.
and even sometimes it plays the cd fine with sound but it will only last like 10 seconds?

Now i have not touched anything it has been working great for the last year. also i have checked all the fuses.

Now my question is could my Amplifier running to my Sub actually cause my head deck to turn off? as it may be that that amplifier is temperamental.

any help is needed as im sure its not a wiring problem.

thanks heaps :)

MIke

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It sounds like you have a bad ground connection. You need to take the radio out and check all the connections. I bet you have a loose one somewhere. That is what the problem was with my bronco

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