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If you disconnect the power supply and open the top, you should be able to remove the CD manualy by gently turning the cog at the side of the CD load mechanism. There may well be a fault with the player itself such as the gear mechanism for loading CD's is out of time. This in itself is quite easy to repair however, it requires some amount of skill as the timing needs to be very accurate.
It sounds like the wiring between the cdplayer and the dash has come loose. When the wires are not making proper connections some of the speakers or functions of the radio cut on and off.
This is just my first thought and the easiest thing to fix. You will have to remove the cd player from the dash. After which you will want to check the wiring. Chances are your cd player has a harness if it's an aftermarket cd player installed in your car. If it does there will be two sets of wires to double check.
Just make sure all the wires are securely twisted together (the sets of wires) and taped up with electrical tape.
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I would start off by doing exactly that removing the black box tuner out of the equation. The next question is did you install the black box or did you have someone else install it for you. If the box is not installed propperly then the audio outs could not be wired up correctly. Double check all of your connections. It could be something as simple as bad or no power to the box.
HI...CHECK TO SEE IF THE AMP IS GETTING POWER (REM) POWER-----(AMP)POWER--GROUND,, CHECK FUSES BOTH OF THEM--....YOU MAY HAVE DONE THIS ALREADY--CHECK TO SEE IF THE RADIO FUSE IS OK (POWER)..THE DISPLAY CAN STILL WORK FINE BECAUSE THE RADIO HAS 2 FUSES 1 FOR (POWER) AND ONE FOR MEMORY(DISPLAY)
HARD TO SAY WITH OUT LOOKING AT IT.... GOOD LUCK
Try head cleaning. These things get a real beating, cars vibrate a lot, and potholes does no justice to anything. There is a chance it is on its way out. I bought a 400 dollar pioneer, and it broke after 3 months! I couldn't get it repaired because i lost the receipt. Lat time i buy from best buy, or pioneer...
This sounds like a problem with the power input to the amplifier; it's possible, but unlikely, that your CD player is causing it.
Before you can do any real troubleshooting, you need a voltmeter. When your CD player is turned on, you should get a voltmeter reading of around 12 volts at the amplifier's remote terminal and B+ (power) terminal.
If your main power wire doesn't show voltage, check for a loose or corroded connection at the battery or fuseholder, and try replacing the fuse (even if it looks okay). If there's no voltage on the remote wire, it may be pinched or shorted between the CD player and the amplifier, or the CD player may be faulty. If you get a good voltage reading on both wires, but the amp won't turn on, then you have a problem in the amplifier.