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My alpine cda-7892 radio works and when i put in a CD it plays but no sounds comes out no matter how loud i turn the knob and then when i switch back to radio there is no sound either... how do i fix this? What buttons do i need to press?

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  • soundaddix May 11, 2010

    do you have to reset the radio for it to come back on?

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Check you settings as you can mute or turn off your internal speakers or Pre amp. I had the same problem and almost

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Good Day,

Red is ignition
Yellow is constant hot
Black is ground
Gray wires are front right
White wires are front left
Green wires are rear right
Purple wires are rear left
Blue is power Ant if equipped
Orange is ilumm

Make sure you use the proper wiring harness for your vechile.

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