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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Does it play the tuner but not the CD?
If it so, the problem is directly related to the CD deck. If not, the problem could be a sensor or any number of other components that may have overheated.
Try to reset the unit. Most of the time this error is an electrical problem not fixable by the end user. But it is worth trying to reset the microprocessor and see if that helps.
Here is a diagram of where the reset button is at. Press it in with the tip of an ink pen or paperclick, whatever you have that will fit into the little hole. Just hold it in a couple of seconds. Be advised that when yo reset the unit, you will loose all things in memory like the correct time, preset radio stations ect.
If this does not help you will need to have it checked out by a good repair center. These Alpine radios are very good radios and are worth getting fixed unless the estimate is close to what you paid for it.
good luck, I hope this helps. if so, a good rating would really be appreciated. You can always ask me for more help if you need it. I have been repairing car and home audio equipment for over 17 years.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
i have that same problem. when i turn the volume up, it shuts off but comes back on right away. the only thing i can think of is i'm not running the constant power directly from the positive terminal on the battery (which is what is recommended). not sure if thats the solution but im gonna try and wire it right anyway...
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
There is a very tiny dot located either on the actual face of the alpine head unit or on the front plate of the radio once the face has been removed. Once you find this dot(if on the actual face) you need to make sure unit has power turned on and witha tiny needle or pick you may push this reset buton in for about 2 seconds. The face will automaticaly fold down and the disk will eject itself. Once this is done do not place the same disk back into the unit. Hope this solves your problem
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
if it has totally stopped playing cds just throw in the towel , unless you somehow have a warranty which u probably o not b/c that is an older model .if it plays sometimes get a lens cleaner it may help . there are local stereo stores that can fix it but its probably not worth the money . My advice go on ebay or craigslist and get a new one . good luck
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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