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Unit powers up but shuts down after being on for 5 minutes. Unit has auto shutdown after 1 hour feature. If that is the problem, can it be bypassed and how?...or is it a case of thermal overload? and how can that be bypassed. I have always believed that the more bells and whistles something has, the higher chance that some feature will present a problem. What happened to the good old days when the manufacturer gave you a schematic? Anyway, please help me the best that you can or point me in a direction to help me decide whether the unit is reparable easily or not. Many thanks for your time and advice.... Dennis

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These radios often shutdown after a few minutes because it requires a code to be entered.

Is this the case with your radio?

Have you had the battery disconnected recently?

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

  • dkdag Apr 07, 2011

    Sorry but what code? I believe that the time of shutdown in the original specs is set at 1 hour. Not adjustable. If there is a code that you know of, please guide me. I have the users manual and there is no indication of any code to be entered or can be entered. Prior to mailing you, I had already tried 12V power disconnect and reconnect multiple times and there was the same result of a shutdown after about 5 minutes each time. The clock default comes on as 12:00 and the unit shuts off soon after it turns 12:05.

    Again...Thermal overload somewhere gone bad?....the unit does get warm...just as others have noted in their reviews.

    ...Or maybe there might be a problem with the 1 hour shutdown timer....Is that built into the memory or is that located somewhere in the motherboard as a replaceable chip?

    I don't have a schematic...like they used to give you eons ago.

    Many thanks, Dennis

  • xxxxxx xxx Apr 08, 2011

    So you give me 2 thumbs because you don`t like the answer ! Rather ungrateful don`t you think !

    Quote the MAKE+MODEL of your radio plus ALL the LETTERS and NUMBERS on any labels, barcodes or stamped in the metal casing. Also quote the year and make of vehicle it is fitted into. From this information , I may be able to offer further advice.

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