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No XM Audio, no fault indication

I have a Pioneer DEH-P77DH head unit connected to a Pioneer GEX-P920XM in a new install. I am not getting any XM radio audio. The unit reports no errors.

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Buss cable is plugged into the wrong connector on the GEX-P920XM. The installation manual is not clearly written, the figure in the manual is correct.

Posted on Feb 25, 2007

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