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    electrical issue or receiver problem?

    Hi, I'm new here and I need help. Recently my xm satellite unit has turned on by itself several times (home radio). It did this a few times last month. I went to turn it on one day and the only part that powered on was the boom box, the receiver did not power on. I tried several things to get it to work again. Finally, I called customer service and they agreed to send me a new receiver. I had the unit plugged into the wall outlet, so I decided to plug it into a surge protector and bingo, the receiver powered on and everything was fine. I canceled the replacement receiver. The past couple of days, it's been doing the same thing, turning on by itself. I'm at a loss as to what the issue is. Any suggestions of help would be appreciated!
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    The above post by MasterOfPuppets is a scam ad, disguised to look like a news story. He posted this scam smartphone ad on eight different threads and he's posted a different scam ad (supposedly offering car maintenance tips) on two other threads -- all in the past 24 hours. He will probably post many more over the next few weeks. He's using Sirius Buzz as a source of free advertising for his scams. Be warned! Ignore his scam ads and do not click on them. Let him go elsewhere.

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