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Sometimes on long trips i go to turn my stereo up and one touch sends the stereo into pure chaos, i.e., the stereo reaches max volume and then none of the buttons will respond(and still five days later aren't responding)... not even the off button... the only way to get it to not cause me to go deaf is by taking off the face plate. Any suggestions?

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Check to see if any moisture has gotten in to it. Also try to clean the face plate and receiver connection with a q tip. It that does work then the circut board is overheating. If this is happening then it will need to be repaired.

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