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Sometimes unit restarts

Sometimes when i drive for a short period of time and get out of my car and turn it off and then get back in the movie that had been playing restarts.  Has anyone else had this problem.  Could it be a lose wire or something.  Let me know please.

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Yes you have loose contact at the power section! you can re solder it!

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