If you've got 12v constant on the yellow, 12v switched on the red, and chassis ground to black, your fuses are good the radio is powered properly.
When you plug the harness into the back of the radio you should hear the CD transport cycle. That's telling you the radio's getting power. Hit the reset button (pin-hole switch on front panel) and hold the small square open/close button for 2-3 seconds.
If still nothing, the radio needs service. I'd send that model to Alpine in CA for repair.
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is the fuse in the back of the unit good? replace if blown. if not, get a continuity tester from local stereo shop or retail store (target/walmart/etc) for around 10 bucks. one lead goes on a good ground and the other lead to the red or yellow wire to check for power.
maybe short circuit or similiar problem inside since its geting hot, probably not a problem with the faceplate I would remove the cd player from your car and take it to a professional for a diagnosis / repair estimate. Can't solve this one with text only.
You answwered your own questions. Easy to check fuse on amp, just pull it out. Replace it with EXACTLY the same type of fuse you took out. Make sure you have the fader adjusted to the rear, check wiring at head unit, make sure connectionc are good and are for the speaker you are hooking up. (not getting R/L wires mixed up)
Take the stereo all the way out and hook the black wire to the negative terminal and the yellow and the red wire to the positive terminal on a charged car battey. If it still does not turn on you may have fuse in the back of the deck. If not it's probably fried.
If one of the lines is lost (230v circuits have to hot lines) the light only works on 1 line check your connections. There is also a thermal fuse that shuts the machine down when its overheating. If there is 230v at terminal block. The fuse is what i check next, well doorswitch too make sure the switch isnt broken (upper right of door).
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First check the power fuse as well as the stanby or always on fuse. then if that does not work Try to disconnect the power and standby line and let the unit reset . This should be done for at least an hour or so.. Good Luck