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Car Radio just stoped working.

I have a Pioneer DEH-P6800mp and it just quit working, Nothing lights up. Pulled radio out of dash removed wiring plug and checked fuse ok. wired direct to battery but nothing happens. Also cant get face plate off without radio working. Thanks for any help. Rich

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My same model did this too. The wiring harness may have gone bad. Try direct wiring the stereo or replacing the wiring harness if you can get one. This fixed the problem for me.

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    Also your ribbon cable between the faceplate and mother board may be damaged or broke. if you pull the stereo out of the dash, and remove the sleeve it's in you should be able to remove the top of the unit by using a blade screwdriver or whatever is available to pop off the top by pushing the visable tabs and pulling up. With the faceplate toward you, look in the top of the unit, on the right side, toward the faceplate and there will be a set of wheel gears. (sort of like a clock) With your thumb or index finger push the largest white wheel toward the back of the unit, it will push rather hard, don't worry you will not break it. This will manually slide the grid out(faceplate holder), now you can take off the face plate. The ribbon cable(a copper/black colored flat cable will connect the stereo and face plate, visable underneath grid. Examine cable, especially on kinks as the may have cracked, split, or completely broke. If this is evident you can order another ribbon cable to replace it at http://parts.pioneerelectronics.com/mode... part # XNP7026 faceplate ribbon cable. last I checked they were about $25.00 If you're not sure if it's damaged, you can plug the power back into the stereo with the faceplate still out and wiggle the ribbon cableup and down with the tip of your finger, if it suddenly starts to pull the faceplate back into the unit that is definately the problem. Hope this helps.

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Check regulator inside chasis. amplifier IC maybe burned. check TDA IC's along heatsinks.

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