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If the unit is controlled by a remote, the symptom you are experiencing could be cause by a function only available on the remote. I discovered this with my Yamaha 5-CD disc changer. However, my unit doesn't have an integrated Stereo. Your unit may mean that the remote handles more features. Search for a button that says MODE or AUX. If you still have the User Manual with the system, check to see what these buttons describe as controlling which features. Check back with me.
This a memory problem ,try to look for the reset button and press it .
If you can't find the reset button then the other option is unplug the
unit for 24 hours the purpose is to reset and dessipate or drain the
charged current .