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any good car stero shop in your area will do it for free!! (on the hopes you will come back later to purchase from them.
you may try a thin (pointed) wire coathanger on each side, it is simply a hook at the end that needs to be dis-lodged.
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if the radio requires a code make sure you know it... unplug the battery for about 10 minutes or so.... hook it back up and turn on the radio... set your presets again and it should be fine.... it does sound like the battery power to it is being interupted tho.
Go over the steps in this link. You can account for each wire needed and you can see where the blue wire goes. In most of the stereo's I have installed the blue wire is either memory wire or ground wire.
use a test light with ignition off when u find power connect it to yellow(memory) then on acc when u find power conect red connect black to earth blue is optional (power antenna) find the speaker wires colors at the back of each speaker and connect the two of the same color to each speaker striped wire + no stripe - hope this helps
Check the fuses that the stereo is hooked up to, it is possible that when the car was jumped you could have blown a fuse. If that doesnt work try un-hooking the car battery and then hooking it back up with the stereo off, that should remove the code.