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05 MBZCLK320 The volume knob spins but no sound

05 MBZ CLK320 The volume knob spins but no sound

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If it's an aftermarket deck make sure the remote wires are hooked up correctly..some wiring harness' require you to hook up your headunits remote lead to the blue remote lead on the wiring harness...also if you have woofers attach all 3 of those remote leads together..

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1.) With the unit off - spinn the volume min to max many many times at a rapid pace.. This sometimes will displace the debris in the pot..

If that does not work --

2.) Get some "tuner cleaner" in a spray can.. At Radio Shack or a similar store.. Lay the radio on its back so the volume knob is facing up.. Pull the knob off carefully.. Use short controlled bursts of the spray.. A few sprays and spin the knob min to max several times and repeat..

Good luck..

PLease dont forget to rate for your free question..

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