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I have a used pioneer cd deck. No sound to speakers

Have hooked up power,acc and ground. Unsure of a blue wire, so it is taped up. I have checked all 4 speaker outputs directly to two different speakers and I am not getting sound. Cd appears t be playing so I should have sound thru one of the speaker sets.

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The blue wire would be your remote wire to hook up a amp and if you have a wire harness all you have to do is match the colors up.

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this issue is caused by the deck not being hooked up to the constent from the cars battery take the deck out of the dash and get the color codes for the car and the deck and find the wire thats for the constant from the battery and hook up thoes wires

the wires are usually labeled on the deck as follows

labeled wires
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purple ..................................... speaker+
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gray with line .......................... speaker-
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