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not sure if my last post was posted, but my unit has the same problem. It can randomly shut off after 2, 5 or 10 min. I have read somewhere, that it might be the fan on the back of the unit. still looking for solution....
you have wires grounding out at the back of the unit. i suggest trying to completely rewire it and see how that works. its easy if youve never done an install so dont sweat it. email me if you have any questions.
You can order a new faceplate from Panasonic, if that is the problem. (You may find one on ebay, too?) Carefully check the connection before spending anything, as I wouldn't want to suggest spending on something that isn't broken. If you have electronic skills, check the internal connections from the jack to the internal board and every other connection. Also look for cracks in the board. If found, a light coat of solder can fix that up fairly well, and not cost anything.
Of course, this is all a guess, and I would verify everything yourself before doing anything. Good Luck.
Connect the light blue parking brake wire coming out of the back of the radio to the black ground wire also out of the radio to the black ground wire on the wiring harness.... Basically just ground the parking brake wire.. Itll work, I promise. I have the 7001u.
Your Sub box gets its signal from the PReamp output. This means your problem stems from the CQ-C9700U amplifier section. You may need service from Panasonic on this one, or a new Head unit. I cannot think of any adjustment that you can do to eliminate a skip sound.
it must be a manufacturers defect because i have the same unit in my 2001 jeep grand cherokee and it does the exact same thing. I rewired it and it worked fine for awhile then started doing it again. also try cleaning the input post at the back of the face.
It could be the dimmer - Press and hold [MENU] (DIM) for more than
2 seconds to change dimmer level setting.
I suppose you tried playing with the display button as well.
Besides these, there's also a decent chance that either the display lamp is not getting power, or that it's out.
That takes taking the thing apart, and you probably don't want to do that. Better take it to a repair shop in that case.
HHHMMM lets see kinow what could cause that??? Oh I know have you checked the B+ connections going to the stanby power as well as your always on wires?? Could also be a defective speaker or a wire touching in the car becaiuse as the volume rises the more voltage going to the speakers so the more of an overload on the out-put IC. The output IC could also bee defective. My money would be on a bad output ic or a bad speaker or wireing.