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No sound Hi, Everything works on my Aiwa CDC-Z137 with the exception of - I have no speaker output. I have a second unit that I could take a part from if necessary, but I don't know what part to swap out, or what could be wrong. Thank you so much for your help in advance. TJ Rouser

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SOURCE: no sound from my car stereo, a aiwa cdc-z137.

Doudle check rca's. Also check the setting in the menu browers. Make sure the mute overide is not on. Not sure if your model has it but is very common, and overlooked

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A pdf version of the manual can be downloaded from the link below. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and enter the code and select "download." Once you select download it will make you wait 30 seconds, but it will start after the time has elasped.

http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/aiwa/cd_receivers/cdc-z137.html

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