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Connected right but it turns off on me

I connected all of the wires how they were supposed to be connected. the cd player does not turn on when i press the power button. it only goes on when the eject button is pressed. everything lights up and it tells me that i have no disk inside and right after that it turns off imediatly. it also turns on when i put the disk in. it takes the disk and it says read and then it turns off. could you please help me with my problem. thanks alot in advance

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Rogovic-Let's see ,if I understand you properly then to me it sounds like you are missing power to you key switch lead.You should double check your wiring and also the fuse on the back of the deck if there is one.This should help you and don't forget the fuses in the fuse box.Let me know if this works,I can help you. cooltek Mar,18/08

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