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It say's intrrupt

I just bought a car that came with this stereo. it was working fine and then all of a sudden it stopped working. the face plate say's INTRRUPT and i don't know what that means and how to get it so that i have a radio again. i don't know if the stereo it's self is dead or if it's a wire problem. can someone please help?

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  • disturbedlvr May 08, 2009

    i just checked the antenna and it's fine. it doesn't matter if it's on the cd or the stereo. it still doesn't play and say's the same thing

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Do you have a radio removal tool set that you can use or borrow? I so double check that the antenna hasn't come out of the unit and that it is not chaffed and grounding out on the body somewhere. Is there any noise at all when switched to radio or does the unit become inactive.

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