Question about Panasonic CQ-C1300U CD Player
Hey i am having problems with my 2004 panasonic deck. for some reason my memory is not working. me and my friend think it is something in side of the deck but are not sure. i was wondering if you could help me out. every time we shang something (ie: bass to +6) after we turn the truck off and wait 5 min it is erased. but when we turn the truck off for no more then a minute it is fine every thing stays the same. we are sure all of the wires are connected correctly as we have screwed around with it many times so far. please let me know whats wrong and if i need a new deck or if its something that can be fix cheaply :)
Are you positive that the yellow (memory wire) from the Panasonic (use a test lamp or meter) is continuing to get power after you turn off the truck and wait 5 minutes? And the Black ground is proper ... If so then it will likely cost more to repair the deck than replace it. Or you could wire the red wire to the same place the yellow wire is wired to ... then just remember to shut it off when you leave the car (or suffer a dead battery 12 hours later) ... and it won't cost more that the cost of a couple crimp connectors to do that ... the frugal way.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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