My only suggestion as last desperation, take your dvd player out of the vehicle. Open your hood, Take the yellow, red, and orange wire, tie them together and hook it to the positive post, and black to the negative. If your dvd player comes on like it should, Then it prolly a problem in your cars computer. Some newer cars automatially disable their radios when an alarm goes off, for theft reasons.
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Sound like to me you got a problem with the capcitor inside the unit, if its under warrenty it will need to be serviced. If its not I ould be checking capcitors inside to make sure there not bulging leaking or otherwisen ot wroking correctly.
easiest thing first. check the fuse on the hot wire on the radio harness. next, check to ensure the hot wire is to battery power, and the acc (likely yellow or orange) is attached to a wire that turns on with the ignition. next, check to ensure good ground. all this should take less than 10 minutes.
Heres the best way to fix;
Quote from manual
"Programmable Turn-On Volume (Pg.12)
This feature allows the user to select a turn-on colume setting regardless of the colume setting prior to turning the unit off. To program a specific volume level, push and hold the VOL/LOC/DV know (6) while the yellow volume bar is displayed on the screen. The unit will beep two times to confirm your turn-on volume setting."
Ah i had the same problem. I turned to the manual and it worked for me :)