Question about Alpine CDA-9827 CD Player
Well unless you have a lot of fixit years under your belt its broken you microprossesor on the mother board is burn up this happens if you were playing it very loud the night before for an unusualyt extended period of time or over night condensation witch is unlikely because the CDA-9827 has gel coat on the chipset it is reletivel inexpensive to fix if you have experience it is 200 pins and they are very close probably out of you reach best bet take it to a service tech and have it repaired but dont get screwed on it the stereo should go for around $90us on ebay or somthing like it thank you if you have any questions please feel free to email me.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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