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I have a CDX GT610, the issue is that is not possible to change stations, even if I try with the push buttons to record the stations, it remains on the same station (number 3 in my case), besides the volume gets high if I want increase the volume, any suggestion about it??? please let me know
There is a indent in the front of the face of the radio. Try to push it with a sharp pencil or pen. It might reset the cd part and eject button might work again. If not you may have a cd stuck in it then you can try get tweezers and pull it out or a credit card and try to straighten it out. Those were some of the techniques I used when I was an installer for 12 yrs.
I have a few suggestions that may help. Have you checked the fuses?There is on on the stereo and one in the car's fuse box. Are all of theconnections from the wiring harness secure? Make sure these are tightand show no signs of damage, especially the ground connection. Also, ifthe face is detachable, check the connectors (on the face and thestereo) for damage or dirt or anything that would prevent a goodconnection. Pushing the reset button should not have prevented you fromoperation of the unit, so it has to be either an external fault (likewhat I described above) or an internal problem. How old is the CDplayer? If it is still under warranty, I would call Sony or go to theirwebsite and speak to one of their techs. You can go to the site byclicking on the blue link: Sony Support Hope this helps... Please take time to rate how helpful this was. Thanks and good luck!