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Rf not being picked by my fm car radio


my system has been ok for more than 9 months. recently i've its been unable to play it because the fm radio is not able to pick the signal. i've basically checked the hardware, which looks ok. how would you advise

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I kept the cd changer idle for long time now it is not reading or ever the spindle motor is working pleas help me

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