Re: cannot get any input or out put from the receiver.
Sounds like the radio cable ain't full connected or maybe just not connected to right place. sometimes one wire gone wrong messes up everything. did you get a install kit for your cd player might be a good idea
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There should be a very light thumping sound when you power off or power on the receiver. If none, then it is possible that as you posted, the receiver is broken.
3 possible areas where the receiver might be having some problem(s) are:
1. The speaker protection circuitry. This might have activated which is indicative of another possible problem(#2);
2. Your amplifiers are dead;
3. For some reason, audio muting is activated. this is normally caused by the microprocessor not detecting any intelligent audio input and mutes the audio before going into the preamp stage. Examples of this are when they FM signal is weak there are more hiss than intelligent sound. But as you posted, there seems to be a station that it has locked into and an antenna is installed.
If resetting the unit and trying other signal sources such as CD player or MP3 player, or even your fingers on the positive end of an RCA plug and likewise trying the different RCA inputs and selecting the source as the case maybe, and you still do not get any sound reproduced from the speakers, then it is probably safe to say the your receiver needs some repairs.
Since this involves electronic circuit diagnosis, probably soldering and replacing some components, perhaps your best bet is to seek the services of a qualified professional.
Hope this be of some idea/help to you.
Good luck and kind regards.
Try turning off the AutoTune (lock, center....) function (on most FM tuners) and retune manually to the errant station. Then reactivare auto-tune, or not. Toggling bands (as you put it) means that sometimes signal will center, sometimes not...a more or less random thing as you say. That suggests resetting station auto lock. Bear in mind though that certains stations can simply be uncooperative depending on numersou factors such as transmit location, reception terrain, and so on.
I dont remember if that year had a theft lock system or not, but I am looking into it. disconnect the negative battery cable for ten minutes and that should get you back to where you can enter the unlock code again and use the radio.
If there is no audio, the radio is locked on an fm station with preset 1 highlighted, and no control from the handlebar or face, the TMS 320 processor is locked. The radio cannot be repaired. try to get your HD dealer to exchange it.
The RCA jacks on the back of the Pioneer DEH-1500 are preamp outputs, not inputs. They are to connect an external amplifier for additional speakers or subwoofers.
The output from your iPod is probably "bleeding over" into the receiver detector stage. When the antenna is disconnected, the signal passes into the amp by itself. Connecting the antenna provides enough signal so that both are amplified.
To connect the iPod, you need to purchase a wireless iPod adapter, or a new head unit that includes an "AUX" input or a dedicated adapter for the iPod.
tune in to station you like hold down button 1 till it beeps or flashes the beep or flashes lets you know its stored change the tuner and press button 1 on unit and it should go to the station you just programed (do same steps for all other button numbers.
hope i helped