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Sony output problem

Hi, I'm having a problem with my sony deck. Ok my amp turns on when im playing it on tuner and then when i click source to change it to CD the amp power light will turn off i have no power then. So too sum it up i cannot listen to my sub on CD and i can with the Radio. Thanks for any help Jared.

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All i did was mess with the REM wire, and found out i had to hook the REM wire to the blue/white wire on the deck. Instead of the blue/white wire, i had it hooked up to the solid blue wire on the deck which was preventing my amp from playing on CD.

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