When head unit is turned on...everything works fine for a bit, then the frequency hops around. Example (Tuned to 106.5 FM, then all of sudden frequency hops around, but still displays 106.5) After a short bit the original signal comes back on. I've check the antenna and its good.
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no inline fuse? I usually just slip the wire inside the battery connector, remove connector lay wire across battery with stripped end running up the side of the battery terminal place connector down on terminal and wire, tighten connector back up.
Hi there, If this model has a detachable faceplate, Remove the faceplate and clean down the contacts with metho and a cotton bud. Over time usually corrosion and dirt etc builds up on these terminals making them loose cotact when you touch the faceplate. This is the most commonly known problem alpine units. Other common problems is the power supply failing /amplifier. Hope this helps you out Cheers Steve
There is an option in the unit itself to turn off the internal amplifier. If you push the 'menu' button, then go to the setup/settings menu, and then i believe it was under the 'general settings' tab. there's a option called INT IC or something. Make sure that is turned on.
ok when you look at the front of your system there is a button that has a (F) on it press and hold tell stuff comes on the screen then just keep pressing it tell you get to AUX off you should get it from there hope this helps
Yes, I'm sure Alpine will sell you another face but there is still the option of repairing the broken face at a good repair shop. Of course getting a new face is the easiest (read most expensive) way to get you going again.