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Eclipse cd2000 car stereo

I had a tune up done on my car and they unhooked the battery cables. Now my stereo will not turn off, or let me do anything like it is locked up. what can i do?

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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    Unhooked and reconnected battery cables and the screen flashes "all off" or "CD" and reset button doesn't help.

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Does it have a reset button or switch.. usually found on the underside of the face plate

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