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OK the radio randomly shuts off and on when the face is up but works fine with the face down. is this from a faulty switch ? if so what is it, were can I get it and were Is it at on the radio?

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  • mustangfunk Mar 11, 2011

    it is a Pioneer DEH-P6700MP. sorry I thought it was at the head of the posting.

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First of all, it would help if we knew what kind of radio it is. a make and model would help tremendously.

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    kenw392 Mar 14, 2011

    try cleaning the contacts on the face and subpanel with either qtips and rubbing alcohol or a pencil eraser. also, is the face snug up against the subpanel when the face is closed?

  • mustangfunk Mar 14, 2011

    it kinda moves around. it is not umm... as snug as the glove box door in the car.

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    kenw392 Mar 14, 2011

    i'm not sure, but you may want to check all of the screws on the subpanel and make sure they are all tight. the latch that holds the face on to the subpanel may be loose also.

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