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Philips display went out when power outage occurred

Philips cdr775 dual cd player left side also records; when the area power died during a storm, the display went out and I haven't been able to persuade it to return. I tried turning the machine off and on -- which worked before after a few tries -- but haven't been successful. Can't do much more than play cds without the display to select function.

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    the power went out and now the display is dead...

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I can supply a replacement display from a scrapped unit, I'm in the UK, search on ebay for seller fluffcat1 and contact me.

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