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There isn't an FM radio built into this unit. So maybe you are trying to get internet connected radio stations to play perhaps?
You can do a search for a program called a "radio Aggregator" which allows you to receive radio stations form all over the world. or you can just go to your favourite radio station an see if the stream live music over the web.
This is a radio station in England that I listen to via the internet from time to time, but most big radio stations stream these days.
I found in some cases that the tuning capacitor collects small particles of dust causing snaps, pops, and drop outs. One solution is get some electronic cleaning spray from radio shack or service shop. now open the back of the radio, look for square plastic box it is transparent and you will see metal plates with small screws. On the top you will see small round holes in the plastic, attach the supplied straw and spray inside two good blasts should do it. rotate the tuning several times back and forth this cleans the plates, until spray dries the station will be on wrong frequency until dries
the radio you are trying to fry your amp with is driving the amp to hard. that radio has a toshiba 80 watt final inside the radio you are killing your radio with the dead key at 2 watts it causes the final to overheat and shut down because it is not built to be turned down that much. its best to turn the radio back up and use the radio.
Try pressing 'menu', scroll to "built in aux", and toggle to the 'on' position. Then the aux input should be available again. The radio losing power would have reset any internal memory causing it to go back to factory defalts. Hope this helps