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Volume is uncontrolable

I have recently installed this cd changer in my car to a recomended panasonic radio unit, but i cannot control the volume of the cd changer cds, the radio itself is fine, but when i play the cd changer it stays at 1 volume and even though the numbers on the volume dial go up and down, the volume doesn't change until it hits '0' then it turns off altogether?? any help would be greatly appreciated

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Hi sounds like you have the audio out from the cd changer connected to the RCA/Phono out of the radio. double check that the output from the CD changer is going into the correct phono/rca connector regards Mark www.carradiospares.co.uk

Posted on May 03, 2007

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