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Car cd player shuts down and needs resetting every time it is turned off

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Shut down problem mostly occur in the power supply section, and power amp.When resetting it works , there is crack or cold solder joint of the parts,you better to reheat or resolder that section i mention . or find a technician to do works this is not cost too much because reheating only.....
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