Question about Audio & Video Receivers
Most of the time these radios with the displays that move up/down have a ribbon cable that may go bad and cause funny types of problems. I can not say for certain what is causing your problem withour putting it on a test bench and troubleshooting it with the proper equipment. It may also be a swtich the detects when the display has reached its open position. If the switch is bad, it may just close right back up again.
But the ribbon cable is a good start, since it gets some wear and tear every time you turn on the radio.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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