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I have a Alpine CDA-9851R CD player and I cant turn the volume above 17.I have a amplifier and subwofer fitted in the boot.The problem started after one of my friends was playing with it.

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This probably isnt it but my stereo got messed up like that because i think i turned it up and down way to much. maybe try pulling the volume button out and putting it back in.

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I hope this helps, if you need more assistance let me know.

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