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if i remember correctly there is an inline fuse for that unit (more than likely tucked behind the radio) check that first. if its not there, just trace the wire back (from the changer) to its power source and see if that is getting power, there might be a factory fuse blown... let me know what you find. As for a replacement controller, i would contact Jensen directly, most of the time they can sell you one for a reasonable price. Why makes you suspect the controller, does the unit seem like it is still functional?
After doing some searching, I have come to the conclusion that this remote is No Longer Available for this unit. There is however a company that speacializes in suppling remotes for consumers that are no longer available. You will have to go to the link I am suppling, and leave the information on a request sheet and they will get back in touch with you on a price and availability. Good Luck GO HERE
Go to this link and click "find a manual";
It is not for your model exactly, is for a rf10ch, but look on page 12 it shows the standard cable for this sort of unit - it looks like a 15 ft standard din 8-pin (7/1/315) connector. The cable should be well shielded. With this information any electrical shop should be able to make one up.
or contact these guys - they have taken over customer service from jensen, but i am unsure how good they are - please post back if you have any feedback on this.
Hope this helps :)