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After replacing the battery in the car, the multi cd player is not working

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Check the manual for reset procedure (button?) or. Make sure vehicle is turned off ,unplug din cable and power ( plug or fuse).
Turn Vehicle and Head unit on and off,
turn off key, replug and try.
If that fails contact the manufacturers support Dept.
Regards, paul

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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