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I have a Philips DC508D stereo car radio made for Daewoo ( C. 1995 ) , and suddenly all FM radio seems locked with no output. Cannot change channels and cannot search or set channels. All AM radio is fine. Any idea of solution? The FM worked fine until a few weeks ago. Regards, Ian

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Sounds like the factory deck went bad or you have blown speakers and causing the deck to go into protect mode. Check the speakers frist

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