I have a nakamichi cd-45z which i just removed from one truck and put in my other. it worked fine before but now it won't come on. it has power because the cd will eject and go back in. i heard something about a lock-out code?
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If you are using the speaker out wiring (not RCA) then disconnect all speaker wires. connect only one speaker or use a known good test speaker. Try each of the 4 speaker outputs. If none still do not work, then it sounds like a blown output chip which will need to be replaced.
Rob, I had the exact same problem, I kept searching on line and came upon Alex in Australia, he deals in Nakamichi products, and has the part (plug/wiring harness). He charges $55 for the part and $30 for express shipping.
I have also found a site with the Manual: http://www.nakremotes.com/default.htm
Click on "Model List" and look for your model, in the manual there's the wire color code for the pinout.I also have the pinout by wire color, no room to include, will send in another response.
TOP /-------------------------\ [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ] Looking @ pins in socket [ 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ] Naka CD45-Z deck Note: The above diagram is done from the perspective of looking directly on to the connector pins. If you are having trouble figuring out which way is which, just use the ground wire, which is always black, as a reference for making sure you are doing the pins correctly.
Hi. You need to check a few things.
make sure you have power on both the red and yellow wire with the key one. If only one has power the radio will not work.
also make sure that you have a good ground connection on the black wire..
if nothing works yes you probhably have a bad radio. the dual brand radios are notorious for poor solder connections on the mainboard due to the way they build thier cheap circuit boards..
You could try a lens cleaning CD. It is a CD with tiny little brushes on the bottom of it.
You listen to a guy say bla...bla...bla...We are now cleaning your player. In 45 seconds it's done.
I bought mine at mendard's for less than $20 part of a 2 piece kit which had a lens cleaning CD and a CD scratch cleaner.
Here's one for sale on amazon