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Loss of memory when remove the face

Hi i have a panasonic cd player and everythime i take the face off when i am leaving the car i put it back in and its lost all my radio stations that i have just programmed in and if i have listened to the cd player it goes back to the beginning of the cd otherwise it works perfectly sdo i hope u can explain to me why the memory keeps going and how to resolve it many thanks

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Your wire connection is incorrect. Make sure that the yellow wire comming out of the radio connects to a yellow wire from the car and that the red one connects to a red one. Also make sure the radio is grounded properly.

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"Play" errors often occur due to the format of the recording of the CD. If this was a "factory store purchased" disc, or one that previously was playable in this unit, then that would not be the reason. That won't cause an eject problem either.

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Also I have encountered eject and play issues if the gears inside the player get out of sync. Unfortunately, only by opening up the casing of the player can you access these gears, and even then it is "hit and miss" as to re-aligning these gears. Prior to opening up the unit, try to locate a reset button on the back or on the front perhaps under the removable face.

Dirt and lint on the reader portion inside can cause errors playing. Dirt and grime on the moving parts can cause errors and binding that result in poor ejection.

Beyond this point, unless the unit is warrantied, go shopping for a new unit, or do as I have...transfer your music to a thumb drive and buy a unit that takes it!

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