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Radio won't turn on, buttons inoperable, display out, CD won't eject, volume inoperable. Fuse good, has power. 2000 Ford Explorer.

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Despite the fuse being ok and the power going into the radio or even the unit being on but not playing CD or giving any volume it seems like the units main control board is burned, if you can remove it and take it to a auto electrician top check it you will know straight away what's wrong. as your car being 10 years old I assume it is still the original unit mounted by the car manufacturer and 10 years would be a good enough time for it to stop operating.

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