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If you have an amplifier connected to the radio, make sure the amp remote wire is connected to the blue/white wire and not the blue wire of the radio. The blue wire is for power antenna and is energized only when tuner is playing, not when cd or ext media is played, and therefore will shut your amp off when playing those sources.
Are you using an amplifier? If so, make sure you are using the blue/white wire (amplifier remote turn on) instead of the blue (power antenna remote turn on) to turn your amplifier on. The blue wire turns off when leaving tuner mode.
are you using an amplifier? if so, it sounds like you are using the blue wire (power antenna remote turn on) instead of the blue/white wire (amplifier remote turn on) to turn your amp on. the power antenna remote wire turns off when you leave tuner mode.
it sounds like you are using an amplifier. if so, make sure you are using the blue/white wire to turn the amp on instead of the blue wire. the blue wire is antenna remote and turns off when leaving tuner mode. the blue/white wire is amp remote.
hello sir hi, If the CD is playing, but is no sound coming out from the player, this may be the likely trouble. sorry there are no quick fix for this.
check for selector switch contact, a faulty switch with poor contact does not connect the correct circuit where the signal of the CD should go to be amplified.
dirty or loose CD lens contact, a visual circuit inspection is needed here.
signal break from the CD lens to the power amplifier is needed to be checked, this requires to be checked by a technician with an oscilloscope to trace where the signal got lost. this is the best way to find the trouble.
The spindle is not spinning or spinning fast to properly read the disk. OR
Bring it to a Car stereo dealer and ask for service. They have in-house tech guys to analyse the trouble.
If the price of service is higher or very close to a new one, i guess its time to buy one.
I fixed the sound problem with tech support from Kenwood. I had the blue wire from the Kenwood which is the antennae turn on wired to the amp turn on for the vehicle (2001 Blazer with Bose factory stereo). This is how I was told to wire it from the installation tech where I purchased the wiring harness. The tuning played fine because the Bose amp turned on when I played the tuner but when I played the cd or aux the amp turned off, thus no sound. The kenwood tech toldd me to wire the blue/white wire to the amp turn on for the vehicle so the amp would be on when ever power to the Kenwood was on. I rewired this way and everything works great now.