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a length of wire similar to the original should work. The end bit may have been an F-connector. Just plug the wire into the middle of the connector on the back or the receiver. Adjust the position of the wire till you get a good signal.
Call Sony, give them serial number (rear of unit) provide descripton of problem and failure to operate after powering off and they will issue a case number and give you an address in Lubock TX to send the unit. Send the unit, with the case number showing on the shipping label, include a proof of purchase, description of problem, return address. Also if you like me, have CD's in the changer make sure you note that during the telephone call with Sony and again on the description of problem. Very fast phone call.
If the unit is only a few months old, returnit for warranty repair or exchange. A power fail should not effect it. Try unplugging it for a few hours to force a system reset. If that fails to resolve the problem, have it serviced under warranty.