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Stereo hook up no sound

I recently hooked up a stereo to a buddy's truck, hooked all the wires up to the diagram and added an amp. hookes all power wires up and no sound. i checked all fuses and none were blown, i changed the amp and still no sound throught anything not even the stock speakers in the truck help me my buddy is leavin for bascis and i wanna have it for him before he leaves!!!!

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  • stazela Aug 27, 2008

    i hooked it up in my truck and no sound no blown fuses ive even used
    new speakers but nothing is coming out of the speakers please help

  • art1810 Apr 07, 2009

    I have the same problem and have done the reset thing 20 plus times. still no sound. what next?

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After all connections are completed correctly - Press the RESET button. The RESET button on the housing must be activated with either a ballpoint pen or similar pointed object. The RESET button is to be activated for the following reasons:
• Initial installation of the unit after all wiring is completed.
• Some the function buttons do not operate.
• Error symbol appears on the display.

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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