Sometimes a simple operational error or a mistake in the wiring can appear to be a problem with
the unit. Before having the unit serviced, refer to the troubleshooting chart below.
The compact disc
The volume control is turned down.
does not play when
The power connections are not wired
The vehicle ignition is switched off.
The fuse is blown.
The unit does not
The microcomputer has been affected
by electrical noise.
(Eject, Load, Play)
The sound from the
The road surface is rough.
CD player skips.
The unit is not mounted securely.
The disc is defective.
The disc is dirty.
No radio reception. The antenna cable is not connected.
The radio does not
The signals are weak.
stop on any
automatic tuning is
Turn up the volume control.
Check the +12V and ground
Switch the ignition to the "ON"
or "ACC" position.
Replace the fuse with another 15A
Press RESET button.
Wait for the road surface to
improve before playing a disc.
Install the unit securely. Be sure to
use the rear strap if the vehicle
does not provide support for the
rear of the unit. (See page 21)
Try another disc.
If it plays properly, the first disc
may be defective.
Clean the disc as explained on
Insert the antenna cable firmly into
the antenna jack on the unit.
Select a station using manual