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Help cd not working with amp but radio is

I installed a DHDntx2004 with a sony cdxgt210 stereo and I get good play with the tuner but now the cd player and the aux input wont work. if I by pass the amp they work fineany help or sujestion??tgreen3048@yohoo.com

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You're using the power antenna wire instead of the amp control wire on the CD player.

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