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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony cdx-m630
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!
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
You have a shorted speaker or speaker wire. If a wire is touching metal lightly it may not have full continuity (short) and will work until more voltage (volume) is sent to the speaker and causes the short. Disconnect all speakers at the radio then turn the unit back on. Turn up the volume and see if it cuts out. If it stays on, re-connect speakers one at a time and test. Once you find the problem speaker, disconnect the wire at the speaker then test again. This will eliminate the speaker itself as the problem. Test again. If it still shorts, trace the wire from dash to speaker and look for a cut in the sheathing exposing the wire. Repair or replace the wire and you should be good to go. If the unit cuts out with all speakers disconnected, the problem is internal and will need to be serviced. Before you repair/ or replace the unit either check all the wiring and the speakers or have someone do it for you so it does not give you a repeat performance. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
Push & hold down the volume knob until "clock adj" appears on the face (a couple of seconds). Then turn the volume knob, left or right, to adjust the time up or down
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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