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Alpine 7800F No sound, don't read.

Alpine 7800F cd-player.
Doesn't read cd's, shows message "HOT" on display.
No sound on radio, but sound bumps from speaker when changing channels.

HOT - same as HI-TEMP?

Grateful for help.


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Re: Alpine 7800F No sound, don't read.

Blown audio output IC, possibly from miswiring speakers, or accidentaly shorting out one of the speaker wires. It will need to be repaired, or replaced.

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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