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Unplug from wall for 30 minutes, then plug it in again. Power it on, and then PRESS CH UP & REC/QTR BUTTONS TOGETHER on your machine ~ (haven't tried it via the remote) Should then come up as "Pin OK" on the blue screen
I don't think it will give problems after that. Should stay unless you unplug for 30 minutes, the buttons won't reset the video.
for using FixYa. Locate your CD player’s manual Eject button. It is
usually a small hole located underneath the CD drawer. Use a
stiff wire, a paper clip or safety pin—into the hole. Push gently and the
drawer should open partway. Gently pull the drawer the rest of the way open. Remove
the CD and see if there is a problem with it. Most CD player drawers get stuck
when a CD is warped or the label is starting to peel. If the CD is warped,
discard it. If the label is peeling, remove the label. To open
the CD player top to remove the cd/CD manually--
the CD player and take the outer casing of the CD player off. This entails
either taking out two or three screws or simply sliding one of the pieces
of plastic in either direction.
the disc loader cover. The disc loader cover is located where the
extending CD tray finally comes to rest within the CD player. It’s the
part that holds the CD loader in place.
the two tabs outward that hold the loader in place. This is a delicate
procedure because you don’t want to hurt the device. The tabs are
relatively easy to break since they're plastic in most cases.
to remember while performing above steps--- Before you remove the CD player cover,
try turning the device off and then back on to see if the disc will come out
after the machine has rebooted. Use the opportunity while you have the
outer casing off to clean the lens of your CD player. Never work on an electrical device
that's still plugged in. Opening a CD player may negate the
warranty. Read your warranty carefully before you proceed. Please do
rate the solution and revert for further assistance.
first you need to run a power cable for the battery to where ever you are going to place the amp DO NOT hook the cable to the battery until the very last just wire it to the amp for now.next you will want to ground your amp hook the ground wire to the amp and the other end to a solid piece of metal in the car this is very important if you don't get good metal on metal contact you'll blow a fuse. If you can hide it well strip back a bit of carpeting and use sand paper to remove all paint from the metal and drill a hole for a screw. once that is finished you will need to run a remote wire from the amp to the car stereo usually these are the blue wire on the harness in the dash. once that is hooked up run the rca cables (reds and whites) plug in to amp and then in to back of cd player. once this is all hooked up and fully secure hook the power cable to the battery make good contact and if everything is grounded right you should get the lights on in the amp. Next step hook up the speakers run speaker wire from the amp to your speakers make sure negative goes to negative and positive to positive or you'll get clipping and it will sound like ****. that's pretty much the jist of it. if you have any questions let me know.
red = switch power
yellow= contant hot from fuse box or battery(fuse it) fyi
black = ground
blue= remote(shouldn't need)
rest are speaker wires hook ;positive speaker wire to wire with no stripe negative to black stripe
this should be all the info you need