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I have An Alpine Navigation system from my 2004 Honda accord. it stopped working a few months ago and not only can I not use the GPS, I can't change the radio stations, set radio stations, use the in dash screen etc. I can't eject the disc because it seems there is not power. I took it to dealer and they said it would cost $3000 for a new one. looking to replace, repair, troubleshoot.

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Alpine Navigation Technical Support (888) 628-4357.

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Alpine Electronics of America, Inc.
2012 Abalony Avenue - Unit D
Torrance, CA 90501

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Include check or money order for $158 made payable to Alpine Electronics.

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