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UO I is displayed even when plugged into A/C

The UO I display appeared when I turned on the unit, even though it was correctly plugged into A/C outlet (I've never had batteries in the unit).

A few times, the unit would power on by itself, but then UO I was displayed anytime I tried to turn on or off or change to CD mode.

Now it doesn't do anything. Just displays UO I.

Is this worth fixing?

Thanks,
Larry S.

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Okay try it 2 times and if does not wotk go to a store and try to fix it okay


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