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You have checked the easy and inexpensive fixes (fuses, loose connectors, etc.), now you are left with only the tough and expensive ones. It is plausible either you power amp or head unit is fried.
There used to be a shop in the Northeast called One Stop Video Shop that would take your head unit and/or amp and repair it for a flat fee, but unfortunately their link no longer works - Index of /
That's a shame because several members used them and I do not recall any negative feedback.
Check online, there may be other shops that can repair the units. Or you could source a new one on eBay or at a salvage yard.
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