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Alpine CDA 7843E head unit

Head unit powers up okay, red light flashes, no buttons seem to work though, radio or cd player wont turn on, you can push any button and nothing happens, whats up

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  • petercee Dec 01, 2008

    no its got a fixed front panel, and even the remote wont do anything , it powers up okay , screen lights up, but nothing happens when u push any buttons, a red light keeps flashing up by the power button,

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Mine is doing exactly the same thing. Only difference is it is hooked to a 12 stacker. It jumps from one cd to the next, play part of a song then mixes all then doesn't. If you happen to get it working, pressing the volume up it just keeps going. when you turn it off it comes back on by itself. It is driving me crazy. Was working perfect a couple days ago, then all of a sudden it started this.

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If this unit has a motorized face the ribbon cable is bad and will need to be replaced

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