I would cut it on,and the led would begin to scramble,and the red light would sometimes go out,but it would still play. then no power....it just shut down....i opened it up and the fuse which was 250 volts was good......what could be the problem
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Hi Steve, I'm glad to help! I'm assuming you installed the CD Player and now it stays on. Most CD Players have 2 power wires, sometimes only 1. If your only has one then you have your power wire connected to a wire on the vehicle that stays hot with the key in the off position. Here's what you do to find the wire you need. Take a test light and place it on a fuse in the fuse block, then turn the key off and if the test light turns off thats where you want to connect the power wire for the CD Player. Then when you turn the key off the CD Player will go off also. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Steve.
hi need model number to help you ..and is the blinking led in any order light or is it just blinking at regular intervals..somrtimes cd players use the led to indicate a service problem or sometimes can be in service mode accidentally..yammandan..
it sounds like you have got the permanent live and the switched ignition live the wrong way round. if you check which positive 12v supply goes off when you turn the ignition off and remove the key and connect that one to the one which stays 12v when the key is turned off and vice versa that should solve your problem
well, typical problem i nad cd players, and also receivers by the way.
The proble are tha nad use standard glow lamps. And as we know, the blow!! And often when you move around with the cd. Well i do have repair note for this one also.
go to the menu: 'amplifier repair notes' (yes includes cd players ;) )
Here you can find free amplifier repair notes, an go fore nad 705 repair fix (same fault with defect bulb's as in you nad cd)
And also a technical repair movie showing you the hole process of the 'workaround' this fault i NAD 522 (NAD 501, 502, 512 and more)
best regards michael miguelovitch