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Sanyo CRSR-10 will not fully turn on.

I've had this problem for a while too. A friend of mine also had the same problem. The satellite radio receiver tries to turn on after power button is depressed but continually displasys Sanyo and tries to come on again with no luck, this happens over and over again.
PSN is U00951003178
SID is 003821530020
Please advise what to do. I have paid to have this radio for life and really enjoy the programming; missing it!

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I just posted about what I think might be a fix in another thread.

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