I had exactly the same problem. Here is how I resolved it. 1. There is a reset button inside the battery compartment, in the center, between the C cells. Try pushing it with a paper clip or similar item. 2. If that doesn't work, replace the C cells. 3. If that doesn't work, try replacing the lithium backup battery. It is located between the C cells, in a compartment with an arrow. 4. I finally did all three at the same time, replacing the C cells, lithium battery, and resetting the system. The radio has worked fine for two days now. Good luck.
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Remove the batteries, clean the battery terminals with rubbing alcohol and Q-Tips and replace the batteries with new ones, if no! I would suggest you have someone look at it, usually find bad solder connections that need touch up.
Hello Press RADIO BAND.AUTO PRESET until the band you want appears in the display (direct power on). Each time you press this button, the indication changes as "FM" --> "AM". Hold down TUNE + or --, until the frequency digit begins to change in the display. The player automatically scans the radio frequencies and stops when it finds a clear station. If you can't tuned in a station, press the button repeatedly to change the frequency step by step. If FM broadcast is noisy, press "MODE" until "Mono" appears on the display and the radio will play in monatural without any noise. Only strong FM signals can be decoded to stereo. OK.
Hello  Press RADIO BAND.AUTO PRESET until the band you want appears on the display [direct power ON]. Each time you press the button the indication changes as follows. "FM" => "AM"  Hold down TUNE+ or --ve until the frequency digits begin to change in the display. The player automatically scans the radio frequencies and stops when it finda a clear station. If you can't tune in a station, press the button repeatedly to change the frequency step by step. If FM band is noisy, press the MODE repeteadly until "MONO" appears in the display and the radio will play it monatural. If FM radio signal at your area is very weak, this type of noise may occur. OK.
Do not turn the radio on. Then depress the "mode" button and yo will see all the questions, including time, date, etc. to respond to. Either channel + or - or Tuning + or - (I don;t recall which), will get you the numbers you need, pressing "mode" again will get you to the next module or out entirely.
Look in the back of the boombox where the large D-cell batteries are. Beneath the large batteries there is a location for smaller AA size batteries. The AA size batteries are used to maintain the radio station pre-sets when the unit is unplugged. Check to see that these batteries are installed or if they need to be replaced with new ones.
You will need to ask the dealer to replace the display again I'm afraid. I had a friend that had a similar problem with their Nissan. They had problems with display and the CD 4 times. If you try and do it yourself, that will void the warranty. Good luck
probebly the power button is bad
try pushing relly hard or be creative (hammer and such..)
or open the unit( unplug it first!!)
and try connecting manually the power line
if not the processer of the unit is dead and that is the reason way you got the unit in the first place....