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No sound After doing some work on my dash, that involved serious jiggling and moving of my Majestic mcr 9141hp, it no longer has sound from the radio or tape. On the tape, if it's turned up to full volume, there is a faint bit of sound. Power comes on, electric ant. goes up, but no clock or radio display.

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Remove the unit and check the integrity of your connections.

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