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On the way home yesterday, turned the radio on and no sound. Thought maybe the radio station was having issues, tried another station, AM and CD player and still no sound. Just checked fuses for radio and they seem fine. Radio is on and appears function. Anyone have any suggestions as to why I am getting no sound? (yes, I turned it up....lol). Thanks in advance.
 

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Mine did that once about a year ago. I cycled through the inputs (FM1, FM2, CD, AUX, and AM) then turned it off and back on- and it worked fine- and has never happened again. One-time fluke.

Not exactly a technical answer by any means- but it worked in my case.

If you are adventurous, you might try checking the connections on the back of the radio.

Good luck.
 

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Mine did that once about a year ago. I cycled through the inputs (FM1, FM2, CD, AUX, and AM) then turned it off and back on- and it worked fine- and has never happened again. One-time fluke.

Not exactly a technical answer by any means- but it worked in my case.

If you are adventurous, you might try checking the connections on the back of the radio.

Good luck.
It was worth a shot, didn't work. Thanks.

I don't know how adventurous I can be nowadays....
 

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this just happened to me a while ago and i can not figure out whats goin on. i had a CD playin in my 09 Camry and the sound cutout, thought maybe a messed up disk. switched over to radio and nothing, no sound... checked my fuses, and they all seem fine. not sure what to do now.
 

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I am equally experiencing the same no sound problem with my Toyota Camry 2007.
The connections to the speakers seem okay, some suggested it could be be amplifier.
The amplifier looks okay, no smell of burnt,yet the car radio is without sound.
What could be wrong? & advise me on what to do.
Thanks
Taiwo
 

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Surprised that so many people are still listening to CDs. Right before the lockdown, I had a bluetooth Pioneer audio deck installed in my '02 Camry via Best Buy--just $99 with free installation. I gave the installer a $20 tip. My new deck has a CD player, but never use it. My entire music library is on my iPhone, which is bluetooth-paired to the deck. No more CDs, aux cables, etc. The deck has a USB port if I need to charge my phone. You guys should jump into the 21st century, lol.
 
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