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unplug the radio harness and check for ground on all the speaker lead's. if there is ground on a speaker wire then there is a problem on that particular speaker and if you disconnect all the other speaker should work if not then i would assume the actual unit is defective
It is possible a self-protect feature may be shutting down output. Check all of your wiring, following the manufacturer's instructions exactly. Faulty wiring is a major cause of poofed audio output devices in car audio. Any short in wiring, or an open (intermittent or otherwise) can cause a problem here.
Internally, bad solder connections where the output devices solder to the board could cause problems too.
not sure if your still looking for a solution or not but here you go. that orange and white wire is normally the wire that controls the dimmer within the stereo. when you dim the dash light the factory radio lights dim and that wire is suppose to make the new radio do that also. in my past i have found that only about 30 percent of the aftermarket radios actually do that when hooked up. give this a try and let me know. good luck
if your radio is puiing more power your ground might not be good enough, use the same spot but remove the ground and rough it up a little on the base with some sand paper or add a metal o ring to get a better ground.
The Ilo can only play 30 seconds of video per clip. I'm afraid the only real workaround is to trim the video down to 30 second segments and number them in sequence so that the videos play relatively seamlessly.
Thankfully, Ilo had the foresight to include a CD-rom with video editing software on it to allow you to do this, but any video editing program that can manage AVI formats will work.