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Mute My stereo that is built in to my barbecue iss on mute and wont come off. How do I get it off mute?

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  • mr_oe Jan 28, 2009

    I don't know how to get my radio free from mute

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I am trying to help my husband with this problem. He just installed a Delphi CD/MP3/USB/iPOD/Aux/Bluetooth Receiver in his semi. He has paired his cell phone and it is being seen by the radio. We he...


You cant run 2 bluetooth devices over one mic. That is with exception to a cell phone that has a music player built in that has an auto mute function for incoming calls. Check the stereo for an auto/mute feature for inbound calls. If you see nothing in the manual for that feature then that stereo just doesnt allow it. If so it will show you how to turn it on. His other option is to buy a bluetooth ear mic just for his cell phone.

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I have a Kenwood KDC 135 car stereo wont un mute.


behind the face plate there is a little recessed reset button. push it using the tip of a pen or similar. that will fully reset the radio to like it was when you bought it.

Some times head units hicup. this is how you reset it. In most error cases this solves the problem.

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The sound goes off intermittently


Forget Sharp's defective speakers. Connect your sound output to powered stereo speakers and disable the internal speakers (look through the TV's menu). The operator's manual explains how to disable the internal speakers. You'll be able to control the sound normally (mute, volume) with a remote control.
I connected my stereo output (2 RCA plugs) to an old boom-box and I get better sound than with Sharp's built-in speakers.

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'Yellow Wire - Stereo Connection???'


Yellow wire connects to the music mute wire on the back of the car stereo (usually brown). This will mute the stereo when the hands free is in use!

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Mute button wont turn off


HERE is your manual in PDF format.

This unit doesnt have a volume mute function.

What are the problems you are experiencing.

If it says Mute or ATT on the display - it is the cellular mute function turning off the volume for an incoming call.

Page 34 details turning on and off the cellular mute function.

You also may try a hard reset by removing the face, and pressing the reset button.

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Here's the audio specs of your lenovo n200: intel high deifnition audio, realtek ALC861CD codec/stereo speakers, 1.5 watt/volume, up, down, mute button/ stereo microphone, microphone input jack (3.5mm) and heaphone jack (3.5 mm)

although your n200 has a stereo speakers the voice quality is not that good, it would be better to use an external microphone

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No sound from built in speakers


the built in speakers on the monitor are only speakers, they are not run through the video signal cable and have to be connected separately.
many monitors with speakers provide a stereo cable in the package but dont tell what the cable is for.
If there is a cable provided there will be a small jack on the monitor that connects to audio out on the sound card.
There may also be a stereo plug combined with the video cable, that likewise connects to audio out.
If the hardware is connected, there may be a volume control on the monitor that may be muted.
If the problem is a recent thing for a system that previously had working sound with this monitor, try the mute on the audio settings

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RCA Audio Out not working?


You don't say whether you're successfully getting sound out of your stereo or not. I'll assume for the moment you are. Still getting sound out the TV is perfectly normal - RCA plugs have no mechanism for automatically disconnecting the built in speakers (in this respect, they're different from a headphone socket). Solution should simply be to press the mute button on the TV remote - although this will silence the TV speakers, you wouldn't normally expect it to affect the RCA output (failing that, just turn the TV volume control right down). A.

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