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Head unit randomly cutting out

Well I've had my JVC cd player for about a year now and it has worked flawlessly...until now. About a week ago it would just randomly cut out. I could be parked or driving and it will "restart" at random times. I noticed that it would do it at bumps too, but then it will also do it when im sitting still, with the car not moving at all. I thought it might be the battery so i tried cleaning up all the connections but it didn't help anything. I also tried resetting the player but that did no good either. It probably only does it maybe once every 15 minutes to a half an hour of driving. So it's not like it's cutting out every few seconds. If anyone has an idea of what's wrong, please post. thanks

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  • Corey Alverson Jul 13, 2007

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Try re-grounding the radio. take it out and re-install it.

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Hey gt: I have a similar problem with my JVC PDR 30 cd deck. It seems to happen in the hot weather. Tried the cd in my other vehicle and it works fine,, If I can find out more will let you know.

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