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    CD/Radio/AUX Power problems

    I wired up my deck last night PANASONIC CQ-9800u; i wen't to turn it on and everything seemed ok... i turned up the volume and no sound (Radio source). anttena was plugged in but no sound. i switched it to cd and the amps powered up great sound. i switched it to AUX to my i-pod amps stayed on, again great sound. i went back to radio and it all switched off. whats the problem... i need help before i eject my HU out the window. :blow_up:







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    Re: CD/Radio/AUX Power problems

    Anyone Out There?!?




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    Re: CD/Radio/AUX Power problems

    lol dont eject a HU that doesnt play the radio lol.... Out of the almost year i have had my HU i have listened to the radio for prolly a total of 2 hours if not less. The only thing i could suggest is to have whoever you bought it from, or a local car audio place check it out and see if you fried that part of the deck or something.... hopefully you have a warranty =)



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    Re: CD/Radio/AUX Power problems

    Yeah It Has Warranty, Living In So Cal Cali A Radio Is A Must Specially Tunning Into The Traffic Stations To Know What Parking Lot (so Cal Freeway) To Stay Away From. When I Plug The Test Speakers To The Leads From The Hu High Imput They Work But There Is No Power To The Remote Wire While On The Radio Setting.




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    Re: CD/Radio/AUX Power problems

    are you running your interior speakers all off an external amp? if so ive discovered panasonics, if using a certain remote turn on wire dont always turn on with the tuners, or the other way around sometimes ive had them turn on the amps for the radio and not the cd.

    Id suggest getting a multimeter and testing your remote wires if your using amps, sometimes simply using the power antenna wire will solve your problem

    (of course this whole post doesnt apply if your not powering your interiors with an external amp)



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    Re: CD/Radio/AUX Power problems

    yeah i'm using an external amp, i'll look into tusing the power anttena wire, if it doesn't work i'm going to warranty it and sell it cheap.




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    Re: CD/Radio/AUX Power problems

    Alright let me know if that works. Goodluck!



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    Re: CD/Radio/AUX Power problems

    are the amps ON when you turn your radio on? if not then you probably switched the remote wire like was already said, panasonics have a blue, and a blue with a white stripe... you used the wrong one more than likely



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