INSTRUCTION MANUAL Model GCE 7103 CD In Car Radio

INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
Model GCE 7103 CD
In Car Radio
Compact Disc Player
022476
CONTENTS
Accessories...................................................................................................Page 3
Important Notes ............................................................................................Page 4
Precautions and Maintenance ......................................................................Page 5
Installation/Precautions.................................................................................Page 6
Removing and Attaching the Trim Ring ........................................................Page 7
Using the Detachable Front Panel ................................................................Pages 8 - 9
Wiring Identification ......................................................................................Page 10
ISO Plug Connections...................................................................................Pages 11 - 12
Identification of Controls and Functions .......................................................Pages 13 - 17
Aerials and Aerial Fitting ...............................................................................Page 18
Radio Reception ...........................................................................................Page 18
Radio Interference.........................................................................................Page 19
Trouble Checks and Trouble Shooting ..........................................................Pages 20 - 21
Specifications................................................................................................Page 22
MULTIPATH DISTORTION / MUTING
Please note: An integrally mounted screen aerial may give rise to increase multipath
distortion or spurious muting of the audio output. This is normal and to be expected.
The use of an externally mounted rod aerial may reduce or possibly eliminate such
problems.
Most screen aerials require a 12 volt supply to operate correctly. Please check that this
has been connected the +12 volt antenna wire of your radio. If you are in any doubt of
this connection please the vehicle dealer or Goodmans installation helpline.
IMPORTANT: Do not forget to remove the transit screws on top of the unit.
Before removing the fixing cage and installing the unit.
Failure to do so will result in the CD not playing.
P. 2
ACCESSORIES
Please retain the carton and packing materials, as this is the best protection for the unit
should it be necessary to return it for servicing.
(1) 1 x 15 Amp fuse (spare fuse for + 12 volt supply wire of the unit).
1 x 0.5 Amp fuse (spare for memory).
15A Fuse
0.5A Fuse
(2) 2 x ISO Plug Connector
For use when ISO plugs are not
used on your vehicle
Main Unit
ISO Socket
(3) 2 x Release key
P. 3
PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE CONNECTING THE
PLAYER TO THE VEHICLE
IMPORTANT NOTES
Prior to final installation carry out a sound check. If high distortion or intermittent sound
is experienced it is possible that the wiring to the car’s electric is poor, or that the battery
needs recharging.
If the battery and its charging circuit are OK, then rewire the red fused wire of the player
directly to the positive terminal (+) of the car battery. Car accessory shops stock the
connector blocks and the 10 Amp cable which may be necessary for extending the fuse
wire connection.
EARTHING: Make sure that the black wire on the wiring harness is connected to a good
earthing point on the car. If the chassis of the car is used as an earthing point, make sure
that the paint is scraped clean from the metal work before attaching the wire to it. It is
preferable to connect the black earthing wire directly to the negative terminal (–) of the
car battery.
WARNING: POLARITY.....
This model is only suitable for use in vehicles which have a negative earth system.
e.g.: The negative terminal of the car battery is connected to the chassis.
12V
BATTERY
POSITIVE
CHASSIS
12V
BATTERY
NEGATIVE
CHASSIS
Connecting The Speakers And Power Cables
Before you wire your system, disconnect your vehicle battery’s positive (+) cable.
This helps prevent damage in case of a short. When you complete the wiring, reconnect
the battery cable and test your car stereo.
Note: Check with your vehicles handbook or dealer before disconnecting the vehicle
battery in case the alarm or other electronics in your vehicle requires special attention.
When connecting your car stereo’s black ground wire, be sure to connect the wire to a
metal part of your vehicle or preferably to the negative (–) terminal of the car battery.
P. 4
PRECAUTIONS AND MAINTENANCE
• This unit is designed for negative ground 12V DC operation only. The equipment can
be used safely, if the negative terminal of the battery is connected to the vehicle metal
work.
• Do not use speakers of impedance less than 4 ohms; and do not allow the speaker
wires to be sorted together when the unit is switched on.
Otherwise it may overload or burn out the power amplifier stage.
• If the car interior is extremely hot, as after being parked in the sun, do not use the
player until the car has been driven for a while to cool off the interior.
Caution Vauxhall owners:
Vauxhall do not follow normal ISO wiring convention which will cause Goodmans radios’
to lose the radio preset memories each time the ignition switch is turned off. To prevent
such occurrences swap over the Red ignition and Orange Memory wires in the bullet
connectors attached to the wiring harness of the car radio.
P. 5
INSTALLATION/PRECAUTIONS
• Choose the mounting location carefully so that the unit will not interfere with the normal
driving functions of the vehicle.
• Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperatures, such as from
direct sunlight or hot air from the heater, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt or
excessive vibration.
• Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure installation.
• Be sure to remove the front panel before installing the unit.
Mounting angle adjustment
Adjust the mounting angle to less than 20°.
MOUNTING EXAMPLE
Installation in the dashboard
1
* Remove trim ring
* Insert release keys
* Pull unit away from cage
2
Insert cage into car slot
182m
53m
3
Fix cage to car
slot
4
Tab
Attach the: ISO connecting cables
CD changer cable
Car aerial
To the sockets location
ISO
connecting
plugs
Bend these claws, if necessary
5
Car aerial
Insert radio into car slot
Note:
Keep the release keys in a safe place as you may need them in future to remove the unit
from the car.
P. 6
REMOVING AND ATTACHING THE TRIM RING
This model can be fitted to DIN E or ISO style dashboard slots. The clip on
trim ring is prefitted to the front of the unit for this purpose.
• It will be necessary to remove the trim ring:
a. To allow the radio to be fitted to an ISO style dashboard slot.
b. To gain access to the keyhole slots for removal of the unit from the car
slot/fixing cage.
• To remove the trim ring first remove the front panel from the radio (press the
open button and remove the front panel).
• Using your fingers lift the trim ring at its top centre and pull the ring towards
you/away from the main unit.
• The trim ring can only be fitted to the main unit one way only. A removable
label with TOP printed on it is placed on the top of the ring to indicate the
correct placement of the ring. Simply position the trim ring over the front
of the main unit and push fit the trim ring on to the unit.
Lift up and then pull
away from unit.
TOP
Trim Ring
REMOVING THE PLAYER FROM THE DASHBOARD/FIXING BRACKET
• Remove the front panel from the main unit.
• Lift off the trim ring and remove from the main unit.
• Insert the supplied release keys into the key slots located on the left and
right sides of the unit. Ensure that the keys are fully pressed into the slots.
• Pull on both of the release keys to remove the unit from the fixing bracket/car
slot.
Insert keys into key holes
and pull to remove unit.
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USING THE DETACHABLE FRONT PANEL
To Detach the Front Panel
1. Press the open button (OPEN), then the front panel will be folded down.
Open
2. Remove the front panel by pulling tis middle-hand outward.
Front Panel
3. For safekeeping, store the front panel in the supplied protective case immediately
after being removed.
Protective Case
Front Panel
4. Push the front metal plate into the main body. A “click” sound should be heard.
P. 8
To Reinstall the Front Panel
1. Push the front panel into the main body. A ‘click’ sound should be heard.
2. Note that if the front panel fails to lock in position properly, press control button may
not function and LCD display may be missing some segments. Pushing the OPEN
button and then reinstall the front panel again.
Precautions when Handling
1. Do not drop the front panel.
2. Do not put pressure on the display or control buttons when detaching or reinstalling
the front panel.
3. Do not touch the contacts on the front panel or on the main unit body. It may result
in poor electrical contact.
4. If any dirt or foreign substances adhered on the contacts, they can be removed with
a clean and dry cloth.
5. Do not expose the front panel to high temperatures or direct sunlight in anywhere.
6. Keep away any volatile agents (e.g. benzene, thinner, or insecticides) from touching
the surface of the front panel.
7. Do not attempt to disassemble the front panel.
P. 9
WIRING IDENTIFICATION
UNIT
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
9
10
12
11
13
REAR VIEW OF PLAYER
1)
2)
3)
4)
AERIAL INPUT SOCKET
BATTERY: RED +12 VOLT IGNITION
GROUND: BLACK –
MEMORY: ORANGE
PERMANENT +12 VOLT
5) AUTO AERIAL: ORANGE/WHITE
6) FRONT LEFT POSITIVE: GREY
7) FRONT LEFT NEGATIVE: GREY
WITH BLACK STRIPE
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
FRONT RIGHT POSITIVE: WHITE
FRONT RIGHT NEGATIVE: WHITE
WITH BLACK STRIPE
REAR LEFT POSITIVE: BROWN
REAR LEFT NEGATIVE: BROWN
WITH BLACK STRIPE
REAR RIGHT POSITIVE: YELLOW
REAR RIGHT NEGATIVE: YELLOW
WITH BLACK STRIPE
RECOMMENDED MINIMUM LOUDSPEAKER POWER RATINGS
Front loudspeakers power ratings 2 x 30 Watts RMS (2 x 60 Watts Music)
Rear loudspeakers power ratings 2 x 30 Watts RMS (2 x 60 Watts Music)
TWO SPEAKER WIRING
If you intend to use only two speakers with this radio select either front or rear wiring
INSTALLATION NOTES
(APPLICABLE TO BOTH 2 AND 4 SPEAKER CONNECTION)
This radio contains two separate power amplifiers, to prevent possible damage to these
amplifiers please ensure:
1) The vehicle chassis is not used as a loudspeaker earth (–ve return).
2) Front and Rear loudspeaker connecting wires are not joined together.
3) Any wires not used when completing a two speaker installation are fully insulated.
4) The memory wire (Orange) is connected to a permanent +12V supply.
5) The power wire (Red) is connected via the ignition switch of the vehicle.
Note: Before turning the unit ON for the first time after installation please ensure the
RESET button is pressed to reset the microprocessor.
IMPORTANT NOTE
If after directly connecting the unit via the vehicles ISO connector plugs it does not appear
to work (fails) to power up disconnect the orange lead bullet connector and reconnect to
the twin bullet connector socket on the red wire. Try the unit again it should power up and
can be used normally. Note this phenomenon is most frequent in Volkswagen/Audi vehicles.
P. 10
ISO PLUG CONNECTIONS
A7
A5
CARRADIO
0.5A
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
ISO - Plug
ISO - PLUG
A8
A4
15A
B
A
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
AERIAL SOCKET
Block A: This plug is used for power supply connections only.
Block B: This plug is used for connecting the loudspeakers.
• If your vehicle is not fitted with an ISO connector but just bare wire, then
simply connect the supplied ISO plug to bare wire connector A and B to the
radio’s ISO socket and connect the bare wire ends to the vehicles loudspeakers
according to the wiring codes as shown below. Make sure all connections
and any unused wires are insulated to prevent shorting.
• ISO Connector pin A6 (Car Light Illumination) is not used on this player.
ISO-PLUG A
ISO
A4
A5
A7
A8
A6
Function
+12 Volt memory
+ 12 Volt Auto. Antenna
+12 Volt Power
Earth (Ground)
Car light (Illumination)
Colour
Orange
Orange/White
Red
Black
---
ISO-PLUG B
ISO
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
Function
Speaker right rear
Speaker right rear
Speaker right front
Speaker right front
Speaker left front
Speaker left front
Speaker left rear
Speaker left rear
+
–
+
–
+
–
+
–
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Colour
Yellow
Yellow with black stripe
White
White with black stripe
Grey
Grey with black stripe
Brown
Brown with black stripe
Recommended Minimum Loudspeaker Power Ratings
Front and Rear Loudspeakers power ratings 4 x 30 Watts RMS.
Two Speaker Wiring
If you intend to use only two speakers with this radio select either front or rear wiring i
accordance with the power handling of the speakers fitted to you vehicle, when installing
connect as per the instructions given on page 10 - 11.
Installation Notes
(Applicable to both 2 and 4 speaker connection)
This radio contains two separate power amplifiers, to prevent possible damage to these
amplifiers please ensure:
i) The vehicle chassis is not used as a loudspeaker earth (-ve) return.
ii) Front and Rear loudspeaker connection wires are not joined together.
iii) Any wires not used when completing a two speaker installation are fully insulated.
iv) The memory wire (orange) is connected to a permanent +12V supply.
v) The power wire (Red) is connected via the ignition switch of the vehicle.
If bare wires are to be used, insert the 2 x supplied.
ISO plugs into the ISO socket of the car radio.
The plugs are handed and will only fit one way.
Connect the bare wires ends in accordance with the instructions given on page 10.
P. 12
IDENTIFICATION OF CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
8
7
18
1
13
3
17
2
16 19
23
20
21
14
5
15 10
22
6
9
11
24
12
4 25 26
FUNCTION KEYS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Mono Button
Local Button
Mute Button
Eject Button
Disc Slot
Mode Button
Open Button
Equalization Button
Power/Illumination Button
Select Button
Audio Control Up Button
Audio Control Down Button
Band/Loudness Button
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
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Preset Buttons
Display Button
Manual/Skip Up Button
Manual/Skip Down Button
Auto Memory Store/Preset Scan Button
Disc Pause Button
Disc Scan Button
Disc Repeat Button
Disc Shuffle Button
Vacuum Fluorescent Display
Auxiliary Input Jack
Flashing LED
Reset Button
GENERAL OPERATION
• ON/OFF/ILLUMINATE
Switch on the unit by pressing any button [except OPEN button (7) and
EJECT button (4)]. When system is on, press PWR/ILL button (9) shortly to
control the brightness of VFD. Press it for several seconds to turn off the
unit.
• FACEPLATE RELEASE
Press OPEN button (7) to detach the removable faceplate.
• SOUND ADJUSTMENT
Press SEL button (10) shortly to select the desired adjustment mode.
The adjustment mode will change in the following order:
VOL
(Volume)
BAS
(Bass)
TRE
(Treble)
BAL
(Balance)
FAD
(Fader)
By pressing AUDIO CONTROL UP button (11) or AUDIO CONTROL DOWN
button (12), it is possible to adjust the desired sound quality.
• LOUDNESS
Press BND/LOUD button (13) to increase bass output and display will show
“LOUD”. Press it again to release this function.
• SET THE CLOCK
Press and hold DSP button (15), then press the MANUAL/SKIP DOWN
button (17) to change minutes or MANUAL/SKIP UP button (16) to change
hours.
• SELECT MODE
Press MODE button (6) to choose desired listening mode.
(e.g. radio mode to CD mode to AUX IN mode)
• MUTE
Press MUTE button (3) to silence the receiver. Press it again to release the
mode.
• VACUUM FLUORESCENT DISPLAY
Exhibit current frequency and activated functions on the display (23).
• EQUALIZATION
Press EQ button (8) to turn on equalization function and to select desired
audio mode. There are five kinds of mode as below:
FLAT
CLASSICS
POP M
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JAZZ
DSP OFF
• AUXILIARY INPUT
The unit can be connected to a portable audio player through the AUX IN
jack (24).
• FLASHING LED
If the front panel is removed from the main unit, the LED (25) will be flashing.
• RESET
RESET button (26) is placed on the front panel and must be activated with
either a ball point pen or thin metal object. RESET button (26) is to be
activated for the following reasons:
- Initial installation of the unit when all wiring is completed.
- All the function buttons do not operate.
- Error symbol on the display.
Note: If pressing the RESET button (26) fails to restore normal operation.
Try cleaning the contacts on the detachable front panel with a cotton bud
soaked in Isopropyl Alcohol.
RADIO OPERATION
• BAND SELECTION
At tuner mode, press BND/LOUD button (13) to select the desired band.
The reception band will change in the following order:
FM1
FM2
FM3
MW
LW
• STATION SELECTION
Press MANUAL/SKIP UP button (16) or MANUAL/SKIP DOWN button (17)
briefly to activate automatic seek function.
Press for several seconds until “MANUAL” appeared on the display, the
manual tuning mode is selected.
If both buttons have not pressed for several seconds, it will return to seek
tuning mode and “AUTO” appeared on the display.
• LOCAL/DISTANCE (FM BAND ONLY)
Press LOC button (2) to select between local and distant stations.
Local setting for reception of strong station, and a distant setting for reception
of weaker stations.
This function is operational only during AUTO SEEK operation.
• MONO/STEREO
Press MONO button (1) to select mono or stereo mode.
You can sometimes improve reception of distant FM stations by selection of
mono operation.
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• AUTOMATIC MEMORY STORING & PROGRAM SCANNING
- Automatic Memory Storing
Press AS/PS button (18) for several seconds, the radio searches from the
current frequency and checks the signal strength until one complete band
search is finished. And then the 6 strongest stations are stored into the
corresponding preset number button in order of reception.
- Program Scanning
Press AS/PS button (18) briefly to scan preset station in each of the preset.
• MANUAL STATION STORING
- Tune to desired station.
- Press a preset button location 1-6 and hold for 2-3 seconds.
- The station is now stored in the that preset location number.
- To recall stations simply press preset button 1,2 - 6.
CD OPERATION
• SELECT TRACKS
Press MANUAL/SKIP DOWN button (17) or MANUAL/SKIP UP button (16)
to move to the previous track or the following track. Track number shows
on display.
Hold MANUAL/SKIP DOWN button (17) or MANUAL/SKIP UP button (16)
to fast reverse or fast forward. CD play starts from when you release the
button.
• PAUSE PLAYING
Press PAU button (19) to pause CD player. Press it again to resume play.
• REPEAT THE SAME TRACK
Press RPT button (21) to continuously repeat the same track. Press again
to stop repeat.
• PREVIEW ALL TRACKS
Press SCN button (20) to play first several seconds of each track on the
current disc. Press again to stop intro and listen to track.
• PLAY ALL TRACKS IN RANDOM
Press SHF button (22) to play all tracks on CD in random order. Press again
to cancel the function.
• EJECT
When the front panel is sliding down, press EJECT button (4) to stop CD
playing and eject the disc from the disc slot (5).
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NOTE ON CD-R/CD-RW DISCS
• On this unit, in addition to an audio CD, you can play your original CD-R or
CD-RW.
• However, depending on the conditions of the recording equipment or the
CD-R/CD-RW disc itself, some CD-Rs or CD-RWs cannot be played on this
unit.
• DO NOT stick paper or tape, etc. onto the label side or the recording side of
any CD-R/CD-RW, as it may cause a malfunction.
• Due to the many CD Writer programmes available for burning Home recorded
CDR and CDRW discs. It is not possible to comment on which ones will
and will not work on this player. It is however essential that the “Drag and
Drop” method to compile the disc before burning MUST NOT be used as
this format can only be used on your home computer.
P. 17
AERIALS AND AERIAL FITTING
The normal standard telescopic aerial is designed to be used fully extended. If any
segments are damaged or missing this will result in a deterioration of the radio reception.
If is important to keep the aerial clean which will prevent corrosion and subsequent high
resistance occurring within the segments which will lead to noisy or poor reception.
NOTE: Special aerial cleaning fluid is available from most garages and car radio
specialists.
The ISO connector is supplied with a wire for use with an electrically powered aerial.
Each time the radio cassette player is turned on +12 Volts appears on this wire. This wire
must only be connected to the +12 Volt input terminal of the relay supplied with an electric
aerial (refer to the instructions supplied with the aerial). When the aerial has been fitted
correctly it will automatically extend when the power control of the radio cassette player
is turned on, and will retract when turned off. This type of aerial is excellent against
vandalism if you are prone to forgetting to retract your manual type aerial.
When fitting an aerial always try to sight the aerial as far away from the engine electric
as possible, this will ensure that any ignition interference is kept to a minimum. Always
make sure that the aerial is secured to a paint/underseal/rust free surface.
RADIO RECEPTION
FM BAND: FM (Frequency Modulated) transmissions are far superior in sound quality
than AM transmissions (MW, LW).
The signal can be affected by many factors such as car ignition, tall buildings, metal
objects such as cranes or gasometers, hills, trees, wet weather, hot weather etc. In
general, an increasing amount of noise and interference will be picked up by the radio
the further away it is from the transmitter. When driving through built up areas or along
a motorway, the FM reception may be patchy, this is due to the signal being momentarily
blocked or reduced by an object and then reappearing when the object has been passed,
this is heard as a shushing noise and is unfortunately unavoidable.
AM BAND: AM (amplitude modulated) in addition to the FM band, the receiver is capable
of receiving Medium Wave (MW) and Long Wave (LW) bands. These signals may be
received over very long distances because the transmitting signal will bend around the
curvature of the earth. These transmissions are affected by similar factors to the FM band,
but in addition to this the reception will alter as night falls. The ionised layer in the upper
atmosphere changes at night and allows more distant signals to be reflected back down
to the earth. Subsequently more stations will appear on the waveband and this may cause
tuning difficulties or co-channel interference (where 2 or more stations occupy the same
frequency on the waveband). If the interference is severe, retuning to an alternate frequency
(BBC often use more than 1 frequency) or selecting and tuning into a different waveband
may be necessary.
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RADIO INTERFERENCE
In the event that your player suffers from interference from your vehicles ignition or
charging system, please read carefully the guidance given below. It should be noted that
in the majority of cases, interference is mostly caused by a missing or defective device
or the ignition HT leads are worn or are of poor quality.
SUPPRESSING THE IGNITION COIL
TO CONTACT BREAKER CB–
TO IGNITION SWITCH +12 VOLT
1 MFD CAPACITOR
COIL
The ignition circuit consists of the coil, distributor, spark plug leads, and spark plugs, all
of these components pass very high voltage and unless they are screened or suppressed
will cause electrical interference to the radio. This can occur in any of the following ways:
a. Travel along the +12 Volt supply cable to the radio or
b. As a radio frequency which is received by the car aerial and processed as a signal or
c. By both points a and b shown above.
Before replacing or adding any suppression devices or filters, check carefully that the car
aerial and screened lead are not damaged and that the radio cassette player is properly
earthed and tuned to the correct frequency. As radio interference can be caused by many
factors, locating the exact cause of the problem can often be very difficult, and trouble
shooting is usually best left to a professional car radio installer, or to the main agent of
your vehicle.
If you decide to try and cure the problem yourself, the large array of suppression kits/devices
currently available from high street motor factors or your vehicles main agent may be
confusing you. Each type of device is designed to filter out electrical interference at
specific frequencies it is unfortunately trial and error, if one device works and another
does not, therefore you may have to try several different types of filters before you have
any success. Instructions on fitting the filters etc. are usually supplied with the kits.
Another source of interference is the alternator or dynamo, this can cause a whining noise
relative to the engine speed. The alternator/dynamo should be fitted with a 2.2 MFD
capacitor which should be connected between the +B lead (usually the thickest lead) and
the car chassis or body of the alternator.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
The following indicator appears.
E1, E2, E3
Press the RESET button.
If this indicator still appears after pressing the RESET button, consult
your nearest service dealer.
BEFORE SET REMOVAL
1
Take out the disc.
If a disc remains in the CD player,
the disc or set may be seriously
damaged in transportation.
2
Turn off the power switch.
CAUTION:
Metal parts of this unit (especially on the back) become quite hot during operation,
be careful to avoid touching parts immediately after removing the unit.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
The following checks will assist in the correction of most problems which you may en
counter with your unit. Should any problem persist after you have made these checks
consult your nearest service dealer.
Before going through the check list first refer back to the connection and operating
procedures.
Symptom
Cause
No power.
The car’s ignition switch is not
on.
If the power supply is connected to
the car’s accessory circuits, switch
the ignition key to “ACC”.
The fuse is blown.
Replace the fuse with another 15A or
0.5A fuse.
You are trying to put in the
compact disc up-side down.
Insert the compact disc with the label
side facing up.
The compact disc is extremely
dirty or defective disc.
Clean the compact disc, try to play
the new one.
The temperature in the car is
too high.
Cool off the inside of the car, then try
again.
Condensation.
Leave the disc player off for an hour
or so, then try again.
Disc will
not play.
Solution
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Symptom
No sound.
Cause
Solution
Adjust the volume control.
Adjust the sound to the level you
want.
Unit is not connected properly.
Double check the connections.
The connection cords are not
connected properly.
Check the speaker cords and the
other connection cords.
The
operation
keys do not
work.
The built-in microcomputer is
operating incorrectly.
Remove the compact disc, then
insert it again.
Press the reset button.
Sound
skips.
The installation angle is greater
than 30°.
Adjust the angle to less than 30°.
The disc player is not correctly
secured.
Fasten the disc player securely.
The compact disc is extremely
dirty or defective disc.
Clean the compact disc, try to play a
different disc.
Condensation.
Leave the disc player off for an hour
or so, then try again.
The compact disc is defective.
Try another disc.
If that disc plays properly, the first
disc is defective.
The compact disc is dirty.
Clean the disc.
The aerial cable is not
connected.
Insert the aerial cable solidly.
The signals are too weak.
Select a station manually.
Sound
skips.
The sound
quality is
poor.
The radio
does not
work.
The radio
station
automatic
selection
does not
work.
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SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Power Supply Requirements
Chassis Dimensions
Tone Controls
- Bass (at 100 Hz)
- Treble (at 10 KHz)
Maximum Output Power
Current Drain
: DC 12 Volts, Negative Ground
: 178 (W) x 165 (D) x 50 (H)
:
:
:
:
± 10 dB
± 10 dB
4 x 20 Watts RMS (4 x 40 Watts Music)
15 Ampere (max.)
CD PLAYER
Signal to Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
Frequency Response
: More than 60 dB
: More than 60 dB
: 20 Hz - 20 KHz
RADIO
FM
87.5 to 108 MHz
10.7 MHz
3 µV
> 30 dB
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N = 30 dB)
Stereo Separation
:
:
:
:
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N = 20 dB)
MW
: 522 to 1620 KHz
: 450 KHz
: 32 dBu
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N = 20 dB)
LW
: 144 to 288 KHz
: 450 KHz
: 35 dBu
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