Toyota CH-R Service Manual: Sound of Portable Player cannot be Heard from Speakers or Sound is Low

Toyota CH-R Service Manual / Audio / Video / Audio And Visual System(for Radio Receiver Type) / Sound of Portable Player cannot be Heard from Speakers or Sound is Low

PROCEDURE

1.

CHECK PORTABLE PLAYER SETTINGS

(a) Check the portable player settings.

(1) Check that the volume is not set to "0".

(2) Check that mute is off.

(b) Check that the sound of the portable player can be heard from the speakers.

OK:

Sound of the portable player can be heard from the speakers.

OK

END

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2.

CHECK AUDIO SETTINGS

(a) Check the audio settings.

(1) Check that the volume is not set to "0".

(b) Check that the sound of the portable player can be heard from the speakers.

OK:

Sound of the portable player can be heard from the speakers.

OK

END

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3.

CHECK USING ANOTHER "Bluetooth" AUDIO COMPATIBLE VEHICLE OF SAME MODEL

(a) Check that the sound of the portable player can be heard from the speakers of another "Bluetooth" audio compatible vehicle of the same model.

OK:

Sound of the portable player can be heard from the speakers.

OK

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