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Reseting cd player

After changing battery on my car my cd player need to be reset it becouse it plays for about 30 minutes and then it will turn off automatically
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Is it connected to your ignition if so then unplug the cd first and them your battery in this sequence negative first then positive and wait ten secs.then reconnect with positive and then negative and then replug the cd.

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