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Fuse box honda odyssey

My wifes 2007 odyssey DVD player stopped working after the battery was changed. It turns on but when you load a disc in it just says loading and nothing plays. I tired ejecting it and putting it back in and it does the same thing over & over. Someone said to check the fuses on the radio & RES but I don't know where they are at nor which number fuse I'm looking for...any idea?

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Of course you have contacted a dealer.

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The Honda dealer just wanted to replace my entertainment center without even troubleshooting and I wasn't convinced that it was "broken" so I found the FIXYA website and saw that others had the same problem and I followed their instructions and it now works fine. I am going to call the Honda dealer to complain because they should have known this.

We simply pulled the fuse out and put it back in and then reset the radio code!

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pulled the fuse and left it out for over an hour. The system reset itself when turn back on.

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If you disconnect your battery for an hour and then reconnect, the dvd will just pop right out. This happened to us, Honda did not know how to fix it and they wanted me to pay $400 for a new one. But while they were trying to figure it out they were sticking screwdrivers and pens into it and have now broken the whole system and refuse to pay for it.

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