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Clarion Manualfor marine radio ms470 - Car Audio & Video

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SOURCE: Clarion MXD3

Sounds like an internal problem, most likely with the power button. You will need to open it up and check it. If the system is still under warranty, take it back for a new one otherwise let me know if you need help working on this

Posted on May 21, 2008

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SOURCE: CLARION MARINE SPEAKERS CONE DETERIORATED

of course, the only problem is finding someone to do it, and is the speaker really that nice and worth the money

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SOURCE: clarion marine radio m275 i need a instruction

you can get the instruction book in the following websites.
www.bizrate.com/marineelectronics/clarion-m275-marine.../compareprices.html
www.amazon.com/Clarion-M275-Marine.../B000PHFVKW
www.crutchfield.com/ISEO...020M275/Clarion-M275.html

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SOURCE: Clarion XMD3 Condensate Problem

the only way to remove moisture is to get it looked at by a local repair shop .Or remove radio yourself ..let it dry for a few days and see if it helped .Water in LCD may not dry completely and may rust LCD with in time

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SOURCE: CD doesn't eject CLARION XMD3 marine radio

Disconnect the fuse of radio and reconnect it again.

That should force him to eject the CD

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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Go to the CLARION website and look for CUSTOMER SERVICE. You can either call or e-mail a description of your dilemma with the radio. The company stands behind their products. If it is still under warranty you may find it easier to first go to the store where it was purchased. They will give you a new unit if it is within the 30-day purchase date or at least offer to send it to Clarion for repair. Make sure you get a RETURN AUTHORIZATION number from the company. As far as being a "marine" radio, it is still an electrical product in a wet environment. The radio chassis is protected with a stainless plate to shield the circuitry. There is gasketing to prevent moisture from entering. Even the so-called waterproof handheld vhf radios claiming submersible protection have a limit to how long it can remain submerged before it loses watertight integrity. If saltwater invades to circuitry, immediately disconnect the power source (never try to turn it on if it IS wet.) and remove the unit so that you can RINSE as soon as possible the exposed electrical connections with FRESH WATER to remove the salt BEFORE it drys and becomes encrusted. Do Not allow the salt water to dry and become encrusted and the damage is done. Salt destroys electrical connections; eats 'em up! THEN blow-dry on a low setting and set it aside to complete the drying out process. Some wags suggest placing it in the oven on alow setting. I DON'T. Good Luck.

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Clarion marine radio m275 i need a instruction


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