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Radio will not come on

Equalizer lights flash radio has power to it will not come on

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    I think it should be obvious that the radio needs to come out for repair.

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Have you lost power or disconnected the battery? You might put an analyzer on it and see if there is a defect code. It may need to be reprogrammed. I know if I disconnected the battery in my Benz I would have to enter a code on the radio itself to get it to work again. Hope that helps/

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