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what color is the wire..it may be a memory lead..yellow or orange..some even have a power wire to the antenna so it will raise when the power is turned on..also may check the switches inside the unit that work with the eject part of the system..
hello, Could be a few reasons for this. If it's
dropped, the cogs could be misaligned, you will need to take the CD unit
and reassemble correctly. If someone has attempted to fit a mod chip
be damage around the part of the board where the wires for pins 5 & 6
soldered. Check for damage to tracks and excess solder, it is also
the BA8510 or BA8515 chip has been damaged. Also it could be the flat
cable that connects the power/reset & eject buttons to the main
for physical damage and replace if need be.
There are two power wires for the receiver. One will light the clock and eject the CD when the eject button is pressed, but will only stay on a few seconds and this is connected to a battery source. The other power wire actually turns on the radio and is connected to a source controlled by the igition switch Check the wiring diagram to see if you have both wires connected correctly.
SOUNDS LIKE THE EJECT BUTTON IS STUCK ON, TRY TAPPING ON THE EJECT BUTTON OR RECHECK THE WIRING TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE ALL THE WIRES IN THE CORRECT SPOTS. ALSO CHECK TO SEE THAT THE GROUND WIRE ON THE BACK IS CONNECTED AS WELL. HOPE THIS HELPS. LET ME KNOW. GOOD LUCK
if it has a face plate and most after market radios do then it may not have a good connection check and make sure it does maybe even clean them with alcohol also make sure you got a good ground it may not have enough power to come on all the way (<-- rarely is the case) but it sounds like a bad radio
This sounds like a wiring problem. Double check all of you connections. If the Connections look good then I would check the connections inside the radio. Check the power wire mostly. The wire could have a bad solder joint inside the radio itself.
If you have an amplifier hooked up make sure that the correct blue wire on the harness is connected. One of the wires is the remote amp turn-on, the other is for a power antenna. That would be why your radio plays through your speakers, the power antenna wire' when the source is set to radio, sends a 12 volt signal. That would turn on your amp if thats the way that its hooked up.
HI. search pioneer no sound on this board. i have already walked another guy through this...
if everythng works but no sound is outputted.. 99 times out of 100 the audio output ic "chip" is bad. Its a common failure for pioneer cd players as well as others. The part is about $20 if you know where to look... if you decide to repair this yourself you will need to be very skilled with solder and desoldering braid...
let me know