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Power Amp not working When A CD is playing

The problem started when I had to disconnect the car battery to remove the alternator for bearing replacement. Now when the radio is on the Power Amp receives the P Ant signal and turns on, which is fine. But when I switch to CD or Aux, this signal goes away and the Amp switches off.

I've tried al kinds of settings, how can I fix it again?

Regards,
Martin

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  • cassiel Dec 05, 2007

    Well funny thing is... when I turned it on this morning it was working fine, radio and CD. And I didn't change any wiring. The system is already about 2 years old, and it never gave any problems. So I guess I had it wired correct all ready, but some glitch made a mess after I removed the battery.



    Thanks!

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Hi Cassiel,

You have it wired wrong. The Power Antenna wire is for antenna only. When you go to something other than Radio, the antanna wire signal to turn retract the antennaor turn off your amp. you need to use the Blue wire coming out of your CD player. The intended function of the Blue is remote turn on when every the radio is turned on. This will keep you amp on as long as your Radio is turned on. Change the wires behind the radio from the Power antenna to Blue Remote wire.

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