Need a replacement faceplate for my mcd5110 jensen AM/FM CD player
Is there a place where I can get a new faceplate for my Jesen MCD5110. While cleaning out my boat I, accidently through out the faceplate for my radio/cd player. If not possible, can someone recommend a similar radio to the mcd 5110, so I can still use the same wiring harnist, which is already in place.
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I don't know much about marine radios. I am a ham radio operator, but they are much the same, if you do not hear any static (with squelch control turned down), then I suspect you are correct about the antenna. It could be the antenna itself, or the coax line to it, or the connection point at the radio or at the antenna. You're stuck without being able to remove it. If you do and find nothing at the radio, you'll need to check the connection at the antenna etc. Good luck.
take off the bottom cover ,find the volume switch on the outside then find it on the inside.Now get some WD-40 and spray the control on the inside with a very,very light squirt of WD - 40. Let it set for a while then try it.It should work.
mine was stolen too. I thin you need to contact the seller or manufacturer to find out. If it is the same model number as it is on the main cd player part then I think it can work. But suggest you to contact the manufacturer.
Sounds like channel 1 burnt out then channel 2 on the internal amp of the radio. If you are looking for another Jensen as a replacement they are decent for a lower priced radio.
However if you are not operating your boat on salt water you could use a regular car unit. I replaced the radio in our boat with an generic import and I couldn't be happier.
I bought something similar to this model here
not bad for just over 100 bux add 150 for a LCD and watch TV and dvd's in the boat too! although if your lake house is like mine there are only 2 channels to watch :(