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Control panel will not open when pressed in lower left corner

Hi,
     having just had my player back from repair (new ribbons) after connecting it back to the vehicle it seems to be exactly the same problem.There is power getting to the player because when I turn on the ignition you can here it power up, and the small led flashes in the bottom right corner.Any ideas what this may be?
                                                Thanks
                                                          Rob

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There are a few problems with these units including the flexible pcb's and also the detector micro switches and also the plastic gears getting sheared, I suggest you bring it back to where you had it repaired as it seems they haven't fixed it properly yet.

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