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are you using an amplifier? if so, it sounds like you are using the blue wire (antenna remote) instead of the blue/white wire (amp remote turn on) to turn your amp on. the antenna remote turns off when leaving tuner mode.
It sounds like it could be the sound chip. If your fm/am radio is playing sound then the internal amp is fine however CD/AUX functions use a separate sound chip. Have you wired it to an external amplifier?
Try going through the menus and finding a place where you can adjust the aux level(volume) on my sony it has to be all the way up to match the output of the radio and cd functions-also my mp3 volume has to be up bout 1/4 to even hear it but when i turn it up it really goes then-i dont know if that helps but good luck
Just connect together the solid blue wire on the main harness to the radio with the blue/striped wire. The blue wire is for the power antenna and the blue striped is for the remote amp. but if not connected together only the fm/am has outputs to the line output RCA jacks. I learned this through Sony's tech line and it works perfectly now.
I dont know if this will work for the mp, but for my jensen 2010x ,while it is on, you press on the (disp) button for 5 seconds untill the clock starts flashing, then on the FF to set minutes and the rewind button to set hours. I literally spent 2 hours playing with it till i figured this out!!!