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Screen goes blank intermittently

When the unit is working it is great. however, intermittently the display goes completely blank. the audio still plays but the display is dead. the only way to fix it is to detach/reattach the faceplate. only problem is that all memory functions are now reset (ie station presets, eq presets etc). total pain in the ass.

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  • cjbdvm04 Mar 07, 2008

    i think that there may be a short btw the head unit and the face plate b/c if i wiggle the face plate, i can cause the problem to happen.

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Check to see if your constant(yellow) wire get a constant 12 to 14 volts. Goodluck.

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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    hogan doan Mar 07, 2008

    You could also have loose contact points between faceplate and unit. Try to tighten it up with screwdriver, and lift the contact points on the unit with a toothpicker to add more spring actions. But don't over do it because they are flimsy and break easy, and don't use a tweezer or something metal to do it or it will short out and fry your unit. Let me know if it help. Goodluck.

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