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All the buttons are not working except for the volume on the CD player when the unit is powered up by inserting a disc from the power off mode. The radio and all controls do not work. This happened all of a suddon when turning the volume down. The unit has power, and I tried pushing the reset button behind faceplate. Any advice?

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check face plate maybe contact dirty if not well our in trouble sometime it not worth to repair it cheers

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SOURCE: none of the buttons on the faceplate seem to work

check the gold contacts on the back of the face and the unit also check the release mechanism theres a little black button (not the reset) that when face is pressed up against it it activates power to the gold contacts thus powering the buttons

Posted on Dec 15, 2009

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