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Both +12 are connected

If switched +12 v IS connected and head set only accepts or ejects cds what could the problem be at that point?

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  • wssimons22 Jul 16, 2008

    it was a blown fuse!

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If you can confirm that the "always on" 12v is connected to the deck properly and the turn-on lead for the deck is tied into either the ignition or is always tied to 12v, the only other thing I can think of is an issue internal to the deck itself. Usually, though, it's the wiring that gets people. Normally, you don't connect switched 12v to the deck, as it doesn't always have enough current to run it. I wish I could be more help! If there was an error code being displayed, that might be different.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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    Tygh Duval Jul 16, 2008

    A blown fuse on the +12V? It's odd that the deck would do anything at all with a blown fuse on the always-on +12V. But glad it's fixed, nonetheless!

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