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UNIT WILL NOT PLAY/NO SOUND

I bought a boat w/player already installed. The piece worked great before I paid for boat. Trailered the boat home, wanted to show my father how the
radio sounded/cd sounded and nothing could be heard. Screen comes on
sometime it has "adj" on other times it shows the local radio station....no
sound? What to do now? Checked connections on back...everything is
attached.
julie@yankeeford.com

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Checa con una bocina externa las salidas de audio del aparato,si funciona las bocinas del carro son amplificadas.Y si no funciona el amplificador de audio del estereo esta quemado.

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