My after market stereo decided to stop playing any sound at all through the speakers.

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Asked by Mar 16, 2014 at 07:50 AM about the 1993 Honda Accord LX

Question type: Car Customization

It was working without any screen display lights, then it switched to working screen
display without any sound. It's a Clarion. I'd say it's from 1999 (the stereo face). The car
itself is a 93 honda accord.
HELP!

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If it was giving you a problem before and now quit on you, sounds like something on the board fried. Only way to find out is to remove and take apart. It will cost more to repair than replace. You can find a nice replacement these days for around $70....wwww.crutchfield.com

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you can take the thing out and check the wiring- something could be shorting out- just check that the wires are not bare or touching anything- with luck you might just put it back in and it works- but prob'ly, Tom's advice to get a new one is good- get a 10,000 watt stereo and crank the Dixie Chicks, baby

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