Simple thats because you must have forgot to plug the small adapter in the back of the deck that has a yellow and black wire coming from it. if you have then one of those two wires are not hooked up to the right place. and if that fails then either u have a bad connection somewhere in ur car wire or in the inside of ur deck. i had the same problem when i hooked up mine i just forgot to hook up that adapter because its really small
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Do you have an external amplifier for all your speakers?
If you answer is yes, you need to check the remote wires,they may be connected in the wrong place.
the wire for the amp's remote is the BLUE/WHITE STRIPE.The BLUE (only) wire is for the pwr antenna,in other worlds if you connected the pwr antenna wire to the the remote in to the amplifiers,every time you insert a cd,your unit will swtich to cd mode and will turn the pwr antenna voltage off.
Just switch the wires.
what model is this? the very first thing i would do is make very sure you dont have a speaker wire shorting out on metal/rubbing/2 wires touchung togther somewhere. this is very bad. If this is a vrx935 id also try wiggling the "din" cord (its a blue cord with about 20 wires inside) between the brain and thwe head unit with the cd playing.. if the audio cuts in/out while wiggling that cord youve found your problem. If you cant figure it out and get sick of it i do buy old clarion dvd players for parts id love it for parts. let me know how it goes!