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Hi,I used to be a car audio installs manager with Mecp certification. Since I am not personally there to have a look. I'm going to tell you the most common problems related with your topic.
What car is it? Sometimes, cars that come factory equipped with their own amplifiers require some wiring work other than just installing the radio.
Probably the most common problem with "no sound" in car audio would be to check the wiring behind the radio. Many cars I have fixed was a problem with the radio adaptor that fits your model car with this model radio. It's usually not on tight or it's faulty.
Here is a way you can test the lines to ensure the car's wiring itself is in working order. Get a 9 volt battery and put the speaker leads and touch the two terminals with the battery. (Positive lead to one side of the battery and the negative to the other) The order doesn't matter. You should hear the speaker making a funny noise. At this point you can rule out that the wiring TO the speakers are good.
Please explain also if this radio was working before? Or was it installed not working? Did you buy this radio new or used? The more you answer, the more I can answer. Hope this helps... =)
Check your connections on the antenna again. Am usually gets decent reception. sounds like your antenna connection isnt fully connected either at the stereo connection or at the actual antenna connection.