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System keeps resetting on sony cdx-m730

I've just bought a second hand sony cdx-m730 head unit for my car. However, every time the head unit or ignition is shut off, the clock and all the settings reset themselves. Any solutions?

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Its easy just take the head unit out n swap n yellow and red wires around. they are quite stiff n require quite a strong pull. this makes the unit run off continuous power rather than being linked to the ignition.

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I have the exact same problem mate, did you find out how to stop this? if so could you let me know? Cheers

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Posted on May 30, 2009

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