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dishon22 
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i had my radio installed about several weeks ago (Clarion Max675VD) but for the past week everytime i take the car out of park the radio shuts off and i can't turn it back on. It sometimes it may come on by itself and the only botton that is funtional is the one that open and closes the monitor does anyone have an idea what the problem is??

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If everything worked fine and then later started acting up, it means either something broke or was messed with.  Did you make any changes at all to the system at about the time the trouble started?  That's where you go to find the answer.  If not, something broke in the original install.  Who installed this, and did you go back to this installer and ask about it?
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nothing has been changed and i installed it myself i had a pioneer headunit prior to this one no problems what so ever thanks for the reply.
dishon22 
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stevdart wrote:
If everything worked fine and then later started acting up, it means either something broke or was messed with.  Did you make any changes at all to the system at about the time the trouble started?  That's where you go to find the answer.  If not, something broke in the original install.  Who installed this, and did you go back to this installer and ask about it?

Do you think it could be the ground wire?

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This is a DVD player?  Sounds like you wired the video safety cutout to the AUX power...  Also have you checked all the fuses in the vehicle?
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dishon22 
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DYohn wrote:
This is a DVD player?  Sounds like you wired the video safety cutout to the AUX power...  Also have you checked all the fuses in the vehicle?
  Yes it is a dvd player. the only fuse i checked was the radio fuse i'll check the rest of the fuses everything else in the car works great

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