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No sound (Alpine CDA-9826)

When I put a cd in my radio, the amp stops playing. When the cd is removed I get full sound again. Is the radio shot?

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Re: No sound (Alpine CDA-9826)

Is this a new installation or did it just start happening without anyone changing any wiring? If it is a new installiation make sure you have the remote turn on connected to the remote turn on wire from the radio(blue and white) and not the power antenna wire (blue). The blue wire will turn off when you switch to cd while the blue and white will not.

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Re: No sound (Alpine CDA-9826)

No it sounds like a problem with the cd mech. was there a large bump to the player are maybe the mech cable been unplugged. Or the laser has a problem with the sound portion.

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