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My sony cdx gt110 doesn't have any sound? No music will play off the radio and my aux doesn't work or the CD but all the wires are connected correctly, what do I do?

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Just connect together the solid blue wire on the main harness to the radio with the blue/striped wire. The blue wire is for the power antenna and the blue striped is for the remote amp. but if not connected together only the fm/am has outputs to the line output RCA jacks. I learned this through Sony's tech line and it works perfectly now.

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