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My cd player turns on then it cuts off but the red source button is still lite up

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Check connections behind dash, especially ground. Make sure no wires are crossed/touching, and make sure all connections are strong. If still a problem check grounding from battery to frame....maybe even consider running the "ground" wire from your CD player to your frame.

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