Question about Car Audio & Video
I doubt that Audiovox would service it, since parts will no longer be available (only some). The buttons might be oxidized or dirty or cracked and slightly broken, it's hard to say. Most of the time the buttons are oxidized and need to be cleaned that set the clock, and the dial light socket might need to be cleaned. You can try to spray the switches and sockets with electrical contact cleaner, but sometimes they are too oxidized and require some fine grit emory cloth. Capacitors in the power supply (the electrolytic ones) can dry out and have to be replaced, but it's amazing how they can rejuvenate a unit.
See what you can do, you might fix it. Otherwise, a TV repair shop might be able to help you.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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