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Re: Stereo cutting out

Hi there. My old stereo was not working, so i bought a new one. They are both sony, and they both cant be broken, so i was wondering if anyone out there could help me. When i increase the bass just one notch or increase the volume, the unit cuts out like it has skipped (although it hasnt, because i am stationary at the time!!!). Does anyone know what this can be?!!! Please help me! Thanks. Kchallice.

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  • JudithThevw Jan 04, 2008

    I have this deck installed in my 96 vw golf and for a few months, it worked okay, then a while back the power started cutting out. At first it was only when too much power was going out (11vol at 4 speakers or 24 vol on one speaker) so we thought it was the fuse panel and ran it directly to the battery with a fusable link. It worked for about a week, but now, it resets about three times per song regardless of mode (radio/cd etc). If I turn it off, and just leave the faceplate on, it sometimes beeps at me as if my ignition was off, even if I'm still driving! I'm going nuts. Oh, and when it resets, it's only turnign off and on again, it doesn't change my clock or presets.

    Any ideas?

    "Volkswagens are like potato chips: it's hard to have just one"



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Hey do you expect your solution to work????? say first off "turn it off" if you have the unit off how can you make it on bass control.....unit is off way to get it on bass control.......lot of lies sounds like

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Try this: turn it off. spin the volume control back and forth, nearly full range of motion, very rapidly and for a long time (about 3 minutes). repeat for bass control. try stereo. any improvement? if so, what you just accomplished was to wipe the dust off the potentiometer's electrical contacts.

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