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Lookitt

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Re: No sound
« Reply #30 on: 15 November 2013, 22:06:03 »

Just pull the radio out and unplug for 24+hrs :y

Well, ok I'll do tomorrow  ;)
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Re: No sound
« Reply #31 on: 19 March 2014, 20:32:05 »

Hello,  8)

It's all right, after few month, I repaired the radio with the help of this  http://fl0rian.wordpress.com/2013/04/10/fixing-the-ncdc-2015-0khz-failure/ (thanks Florian)

Now, I know that change the battery without removing fuse #6 can cause damages to the EEPROM 24LC16. This Component keeps setting audio and radio station memory. If this component doesn't work, there's no audio and no radio. This component can be changed (it cost less than 0,8 GBP).

Below are pictures of the replacement and you need :

- Tools for removing the device from the car
- T8 Torx crewdriver
- Soldering equipment
- 24LC16 EEPROM (SMD, SO8 case)














 
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Re: No sound
« Reply #32 on: 19 March 2014, 21:11:27 »

Thanks for posting :y
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Re: No sound
« Reply #33 on: 20 March 2014, 11:26:30 »

Just pull the radio out and unplug for 24+hrs :y

Agreed - remove the head unit itself for 24 hours, as it allows everything inside to discharge fully. When refitted, it then boots up from cold, and can often start working again.

A bit like unplugging a computer for a while.
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Re: No sound
« Reply #34 on: 28 December 2016, 08:34:15 »

Hello,

After changed my battery on Omega X30XE years = 2000, I've seen that I haven't any sound from Radio, or Navigation, or Cd pLayer. Even if I turn the knob from station or from driving, nothing. I've looked at the fuse box but all is right. I've done something wrong ? Can you help me ?
Thanks

You've solved the problem with NCDC2013?
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