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Alpine CDA-9805 head unit - frequency hops

When head unit is turned on...everything works fine for a bit, then the frequency hops around. Example (Tuned to 106.5 FM, then all of sudden frequency hops around, but still displays 106.5) After a short bit the original signal comes back on. I've check the antenna and its good.

Sure could use some advise.
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Re: Alpine CDA-9805 head unit - frequency hops

Make sure no switches are jammed on radio or radio face.Liquid spillage and or intermittent switches on tunning section can also cause this.

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