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Due to the battery being flat and recharged the head unit wont work properly taken it out,and it did work untill i fully put the cage and unit ack in now its not workin again,i have repeated the process but nothing this time all that happens is the volume button light up and work and the prev/skip buttons light up but when pressed all they do is eject or insert the cd. this head unit is NOT stolen ,and has been in my vehicle for so long and has ALWAYS worked and have never had a problem with this very good unit........untill now...and since it has been so long since i have purchased it cant find any of the paperwork.....have looked online from dodgy people who claim the earth for a fiver,to people who can unlock it if i send it away for upto 35 quid neither of which i am very interested in but the later says this is the only way due to the jvc s security is this true? please get back to me asap as driving around with a nice head unit(athough somewhat old now,but still sounds great,dont want to replace it with cheaper alternative if possible!) that doesnt work properly iis sole destroying!know what i mean? jim...... jiminbmth2@yahoo.co.uk many thanx.....solve this and deserve GOD like status!!

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Http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/99/LVT0223-001A.pdf but sounds more like the wires to the faceplate is broken...;(

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