The radio in my 92 Honda Accord Ex has died -- when I try to turn it on there's no light, no audio, nada, and there's a cassette stuck in there (normally it would trigger the ejection mechanism it as soon as it was turned off). The antenna motor still triggers, though.
Some Internet research said this was most likely a blown fuse, so the last time I got an oil change I asked the shop to change the radio fuse, but that didn't fix it. I'm not completely comfortable with the directions for changing a car radio, so can I just buy a new radio and ask the shop to swap it for me? Or should I ask the mechanic to diagnose the problem first -- could the problem be elsewhere in the car?