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A problem started with my Panasonic CQ-C9700N car stereo recently which involved the complete facia powering off. However the stereo would still work in the mode it was left in. Every now and then it would switch back on allowing full operation of functions. A few days ago I had to replace the car surround which meant disconnecting the stereo. This has reset it and possibly put it in to demo mode. The facia plate however is still dead leaving me unable to get the stereo out of demo mode and into the mode I want. I wish to know what is wrong with it so I can arrange for repair or repair it myself.

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If im not mistaken, that model has a detachable face plate. What happens a lot of the time is the connections between the face plate and the unit get corroded. Take the face plate off and (with fine grit sand paper) lightly scuff the electrical connection clean on both the unit and the face plate. It also doesn't hurt to use a little dielectric grease before you reattach it... this method has work several times in the past for me... Hope this helped!

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