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I had the same problem, it occurred after my battery had run flat. To
fix it you need to reset the unit. To do this, remove the clip-off
fascia, and on the main body of the unit there small hole, just to the
left of the connector. Push a narrow pointed object such as a pen nib
into this hold until you feel the click. The unit is now reset and
should be working properly. You'll have to retune your saved radio
stations, but the cd player should now be working.
Firstly check the power connections. Then if the unit has a fascia that turns around check the the flexible connector that connects the fascia to the main board is not snapped, you will need to look carefully as it may only be a hairline crack
firstly you should remove the power from the unit for a few seconds to reset it. if this doesn't fix it you can remove the top lid and you will see the motor that rotates the fascia, if you unplug the flexible cable that powers the motor and put 6volts on the motor contacts till the fascia rotates and then plug the flexible cable back put the fascia back on and plug the power lead back on to the radio