Question about Alpine CDE-7870 CD Player
Have had this stereo in my ISUZU BIGHORN for about 3 years, had all the amps and equipment professionally installed, (twice as I got it broken into and all the subs and amps stolen) now it seems to get really hot and the LED doesnt want to go all the time. The manual was thrown away (by accident), plus we seem to now be spasmatically loosing the sound??
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Posted on Sep 02, 2008
Check the leads from the heat sink on the back and my guess is the contacts between the faceplate and the actual head unit are not doing so well. This is a detachable face unit right?
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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