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Car audio problem

I was driving one day...and was listening to my music, when all of a sudden the deck just shut down. I checked my deck and amp fuses, and they are all right. the security light still comes up on the deck. I was wondering what the possibilities may be..?? The deck is KDC-MP4036U

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Re: Car audio problem

Does unit still load and eject cd,s.?? Does audio still work but just display is out?? Does it operate the same way as if acc switch is in off position??

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