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Im putting a cd player in my 89 ford ranger and it wont power on the cd player is a jvc cd reciver modle # kd-lh300

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Is it fitted correctly does it have a good earth check fuse on back of stereo check fuse under dash and also under hood if it has one there try holding the reset button for 15 secs

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I have a jvc kd-lh300 when i insert a cd it shuts down is there a fix for this


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You need to open your stereo for manually clean the laser lens.With cotton Qtip wet in isoprophilic alcohol clean the laser lens then with the dry part of the qtip clean the residues of the alcohol.The lens look like an fish eye.


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was there a pop or anything, if so it could of been the audio chip in the radio,

also depending on the type of car, does it have f factory amp to? best way to troubleshhot this is if you have a seprate speaker you could hook up to a lead off the back of a deck :-)

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dirty,clean the optical pick-up?

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