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Source Keeps Switching To Standbye

When I have my headunit on any source, Sirius, CD, tuner, etc. it will randomly and automatically switch to Standby mode, then it will flip back to the source I was on, and then back to standby. A lot of the times I have to hit the source button to switch it back. I have cleaned all the terminals on my faceplate and the brain itself. Could this be something with the wiring? And if so what would it be? Or does the unit itself need to be sent in to be serviced. Any help would be appreciated Thanks! Albert

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There's nothing in the wiring that could cause this problem; sounds like a fault in the faceplate. I would say the unit needs to be serviced.

Posted on Mar 13, 2007

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