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My XM Roady2 won't turn on with the PAS, the PAS turns on, but not the roady2

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  • reydawg55 Jan 04, 2008

    Thank you so much for helping me, I will do this when I get my hands on the unit again.

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You might try cutting the yellow plastic on the the power plug (top left) with a sharp new razor blade. I suspect you are not getting power to the receiver due to no connection. I had the same problem with my until I did this. It works fine now. Good luck.

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

  • Scott Albert Jan 04, 2008

    Just an afterthought, make sure the battery is fully charged.

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I had the same thing happen on my original Roady2. I suspect the powerplug port on the Roady2 unit is not getting a good connection. Does the transformer plug have a plastic tip? You can try to cut that off with a sharp razor blade. Sometimes that will make a good tight connection. What I did was buy a used Roady2 unit on ebay. Also another cause is


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