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Sudden loss of sound!?!?

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Joe_Murphy21187, Aug 12, 2012.

  1. Joe_Murphy21187

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    5.0 ?
    you have the RNS-E ?
    scan it for code
    mine did this i pulled the fuse DRIVERS SIDE cover
    left it over night and reffited fuse all good
     
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    Not the RNS-E, just the Navigation 5.0. Single CD, dot-matrix display in red only, no SD card slots. Before the RNS-E was released (I think?)

    I did have the HU out yesterday to instal a subwoofer,but thats been working fine sice it went in... I'll give it another try in 10 mins or so and see what happens. If no luck leave the fuse out over night. Cheers Bez
     
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    yeah 5.0 i know the 1
    the fuse out has always worked for me
    but id recheck the wireing as you had it out
     
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    Unfortuately my HU keys got nackered in the process because the release clips wouldn't come out. If it doesn't sort itself out I will order some more and check the wiring (which should be good as the connections were soldered and individually wrapped in electrical tape...
     
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    After waiting an hour or so, the problem seems to have disappeared...??
     
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    sound like you could have a pressure fault on the speaker wires which is causing the thermal cut out to kick in to save blowing your outputs ,i would check you have no trapped wires behind the head unit.

    dav
     
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    Cheers Dav. If it ever does it again I'll have the HU out and check the wires
     

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