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No display on front pannel

It receives cd, ejects also but there is no dislay at all on front pannel please help

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  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2008

    Have the same problem nothing on the led, but the cd is recieved and can be ejected, a how to fix this problem solution would be appreaciated

  • hoserboy Aug 07, 2008

    when i first hooked it up it worked.when i removed dash to install bracket (chevy silverado) does not work. does the same thing now as the other guys.

  • MrsCB Oct 16, 2008

    I installed my Sony XPLOD CD Player, I know everything is connected properly. There is power, it will accept CD's and eject them but there is nothing coming up on the display. No lights, nothing.

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I had this same problem. I solved it by connecting both yellow and red power supply cable coming from player to only yellow cable from my car. There was also red wire coming from car but things didn't work that way. I can't say I knew what I was doing so try on your own risk.

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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Check on the ac supply for the filament of the display from the power source and also check for the cold solder along the terminals of the LCD. also, I need your reply if your unit can read.


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Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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