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Installed and no sound or nothing

Hooked all the wiering by instructions and when turned on..... just got i guess you will call it a error message....... "AMP GRD" across screen... caint figure out what this means..... in need of help

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Im guessing you have an amplifier if not check the cd player ground " AMP GRD" means amp ground is faulty. In the event that you do have an amplifier check that ground wire as it's most likely the problem.

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