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Bass and treble cannot be adjusted in 99 VW Jetta

The bass and treble cannot be adjusted in my factory 99 VW Jetta. Is there any way to reset these controls? I have a 2000 New Beetle and cannot adjust the treble or bass. I have removed power and reenterred the radio code successfully and the problem is still present. Does anyonw know how to correct this?

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