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Stereo Question #2

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The radio went out on my stereo. The CD player works just fine so that makes me beleive it's either some sort of a fuse in the radio or antenna connection problem.

Does anyone have ideas on how to figure out the problem?

I will also add that I did pull it out and checked the antenna connection. I just don't know how to check if the problem is tha actual antenna on the truck.

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If the CD player works than the fuses are fine. The radio has probably failed. Even with the antenna disconnected you should be able to pick up something.

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What brand of unit is the deck? How old?

Jer is right. Are you hearing anything when the radio is selected?

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what kind/brand of radio is it? could be a circuitboard problem when you press source its not switching between sources, but when you put a cd in, it automatically plays?

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The unti is a Sony Xplode that is about 8 yrs old. Everyonce in awhile I'll switch it back over and I'll get a station for a bit. To shed some more light on the subject is that it won't pick up the "tuner" connector for my Ipod either. i can hold the transmitter up to the radio and it won't pick up...

Thanks for the ideas. I'm gussing another radio is coming soon.

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Those things have a limited shelf life with all of the abuse they take.

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