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I have a Pioneer DEH 345 car stereo but the light that Iluminates the station or time is not working any ideas?

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Intermittent faults especially one as intermittent as yours can be very difficul to trace but the first things to check are loose connections on the power supply leads at the back of the radio and if they are ok you will need to dismantle your radio and check for dry joints usually around the plug and if needed resolder these dry joints

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your constant power wire is not hooked up or it has come loose that is why nothing will stay saved on the unit have it looked at and see if they wont fix your problem cheap...... its a easy fix

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