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AVH-P6600DVD I installed my AVH-P6600DVD and i programed all my favorite radio stations. when i turn my truck off and turn it back on my programed radio stations are gone. Its like they were programed in the radios memory what did i do???

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You have it wired wrong. The red wire goes to the key switch and the yellow wire goes to the battery or a constant hot wire.

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U forgot to connect the memory wire . i think its the yellow wire to a + 12 volt

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sometimes the laser gets dirty- to clean the laser your radio will have to be dismantled( not an easy job for your head unit) then put some computer disk head cleaner on a no lint shami and VERY gently clean laser eye

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