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Radio has no power

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I have a 2005 Freelander. The radio/satnav unit appears to have no power to it, it was working well yesterday. Is this a problem I can fix myself?
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I have fixed the problem, not 100% sure how. We had moved the steering wheel so put it back to its usual position. The red light on the centre of the radio unit that flashes was not on. Later when I locked the car and re-opened it the red light flashed and the radio / sat nave came back on.

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