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BOOMBOX WONT PLAY ON BATTERY OR ELECTRIC WHAT WRONG WITH IT

I HAVE AIWA BOOMBOX WONT TURN ON i THINK THE SWITCH IS BAD HOW DO I FIX IT WONT WORK ON AC OR BATTERY NEVER GOT WET ALWAYS BEEN KEPT IN HOUSE IN DRY AREA

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Dear kbusse:

Does the switch feel like it's broken( switch pushed too far in,switch too far out)?

If there is a remote does that turn the unit on? Inside the unit by the power cord connection to the transformer should be a fuse; check to see if the fuse has blown. I hope these suggestions help.

Good Luck
George

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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