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I have a Midland Marine Radio 78-101 that does not power on. 12V is going into the unit but when I turn the on-button, nothing happens. There are no on-board fuses. Any idea what the problem might be?

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When you plug the harness into the back of the radio you should hear the CD transport cycle. That's telling you the radio's getting power. Hit the reset button (pin-hole switch on front panel) and hold the small square open/close button for 2-3 seconds.

If still nothing, the radio needs service. I'd send that model to Alpine in CA for repair.

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