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    The problem persists?

    Last weekend i wired up my sub/amp. No problems! Everything worked fine for a couple of days. One morning i got in my car and only the radio would work (no cd's) very quietly and the volume could not be changed?

    I recently posted the problem written above on here and was advised to disconnect my amp/sub and try the head unit on its own. Ive just done this and there is no change. All I can get is very quiet radio. So i guess its a problem with the head unit but does anyone have any ideas whats wrong?

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    it's probably a internal fault on it so will need to be sent away for repair

    While it's away double and tripple check all the wiring to your sub and amps to make sure that hasn't caused the headunit to go wrong

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    i would hazard a guess that the output transistors could be faulty
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