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Have to jar the unit to power on and only works with sound modes

It used to shut off on its own and was finicky on when it would allow me to turn it back on and some of the sound modes worked. I took it apart and looked it over for any visible issues. I was able to shock it back to on and initially all the sound modes worked. None of the sound modes work now and the box still needs to be shocked most of the time to power on

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