Question about Pioneer PD-F1007 301-Disc CD Changer
My PD-F1007 only "remembers" disc titles for a few days. When played, all disc and track titles will display, but after a few days the unit can no longer retain the disc name data. Any internal battery, capacitor, etc. that might be the problem? Thanks, DRFr
Most likely you have to replace the internal battery.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
I am facing the same problem! By all means get it repaired. You can find the nearest Pioneer warranty station by calling 800-421-1404. You will need a copy of the purchase receipt when you bring it in for ervice. My story: I got it for a gif last Christmas, and after I had it for a month, it lost it's memory. (title index) So I called up Pioneer corp on the phone and this dude said make sure you don't have it hooked up to a switched AC. and I did, so I corrected that and he said use the remote to shut the unit off, oh by the way the remote sucks...!!!! but the memory is only lasting about three weeks or so. and it takes hours to put the cd's in memory. Anyway, i am on the way to ask for service...
Posted on Oct 10, 2005
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