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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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