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My stereo will take cd's and it will eject them but the faceplate doesnt turn on

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Check all your fuses. if you can, make sure you are getting power to the red wire.

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Remove the face plate and clean the contacts on both the head and the radio. It sounds like a bad connection, The base and head use serial data to talk to each other(control).If one of these connections are bad the unit will not work properly.

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Hi there,

I also created a tutorial on fixing faceplates with 2R7 resistors (refer to my tip).

But, your unit will have a different chassis, as the faceplate is also a video display.

First you need to determine if the buttons on the faceplate are operating the various functions. If the buttons are NOT operating, then the faceplate itself (or connection to the main unit) can be considered faulty.

It's highly probable that the RIBBON cable (which connects faceplate to the inside of the unit) may be defective - this is common in some Kenwood units.

Try searching Google or youtube for ribbon cable repairs etc.


Hope this leads you in the right direction.


Cheers,

Scott

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My radio dont want to play the cd but i could only get the radio station and i try on hitting eject and dont do nothing


sometimes ejecting the face plate, if possible, is necessary now and then to realign the electrical contacts.

there should be a button to eject the faceplate (on most aftermarket stereos) eject, reinstall, try again.

Aug 17, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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is this a jvc?
i think if you take the faceplate off there is a manual eject button
either on the back of the radio or under faceplate
good luck

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Can anyone help.... my stereo faceplate doesnt work the buttons light up but the display doesnt any solutions???? a friend have the same as me and I put the faceplate on his and it work so i dont know what...


Does the stereo have a lock? Maybe its locked or something.

What kind of stereo? Car stereo?

Try turning off completely and turning back on.

-Ryan


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It sounds like the stereo does not have the "ACC" voltage. It could have blown a fuse. The "ACC" voltage goes to the red wire on the harness and you get that voltage turned on only when the ignition is turned on in the car.

The symptom of the disc ejecting and nothing else works is an indication that only the constant voltage for the yellow wire is connected. Check the voltage on the red wire with the car turned on, if you have that 12 volts at the red wire, then you need the radio serviced.

It is not very likely that the faceplate has gone bad. Just because the radio will not turn on is not an indication that the faceplate is bad. It could be a voltage regulator in the radio or a circuit trace is blown, or almost anything else. There are many reasons that the radio would have the problems you describe and it can only be found out for certain by troubleshooting the radio on a test bench with the proper tools. If you have a multimeter and a power supply I can guide you thru troubleshooting the radio and even email you the service manual in PDF format if you would like to take a crack at it yourself.

Let me know how you want to proceed.

Dave

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I'm currently having the same problem. Take the face plate off. Use a pin to reset the stereo. It'll probably stop working again, but at least you'll be able to get your cd out and take it somewhere to have the stereo fixed or replace. (STAY AWAY FROM JVC!)

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