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JVC KD G230 CD player power trouble...

Radio worked fine for many months then all of a sudden shut off. No power can't get it to work. Red light in upper right corner is on but nothing else. Any suggestions?
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  • charliemac33 Mar 24, 2009

    The unit was installed in my wife's car for 16 months. It worked fine. Then the it started having difficulty switching from source to source. You could press the button but the source wouldn't change. Then it started losing power all together.

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