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Sony cdx m610

The stereo is on but when it closes it will not light up on the face. It will also not open any more. The open and close buttons are not working. when it is open the lights work on the open face. I took out the stereo to make sure it was all connected and there didnt seem to be any problems...Also there is static when I listen to the radio

 

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The ribbon that connects the faceplate to the main unit has gone bad from flexing back and forth and will need to be replaced. 

Posted on Oct 10, 2007

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