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Try a cleaner/lubricant contact spray. Available @ Radio Shack. Pull out and spray into it, re attach knob and turn in off a number of times. Turn all the way. If problem persist your radio may have a loose wire or solder.
Simple solution for anyone! Had the same problem with radio turning itself on in my Seat Ibiza Stella 1.4 2000. Here's what you do.. . Remove front panel . Disconnect tape player and open it . Clean the mother board paths(bottom side) with some chemical liquid not to strong(i used sticker remover) from black dirt. You can scratch between paths with a needle for better effect. . Put all back together . Problem solved. It was driving me mad but now it's working when I want it to :)
When you press the Power/Sleep button the radio turns on and displays a
number 90, or some other numbers. This is the play time that the radio
will stay on then turns itself off. It could be that yours is configured
with a sleep timer set to 01 minute, 10 or 15. You need to set the
timer for a longer period. Thus we turn it on by pressing the
Power/Sleep button, read the timer length then press again. Keep making
short presses: The timer will cycle through all preset sleep timer
durations. Select the length you want.
if you can get into bios check and see if there is any type of alarm or auto on set up. If not or if its not that big of a deal just use the switch on the back of the power supply at night. Make sure you shut down your computer before switching this. It will definately keep the computer from turning on by itself.