Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
Usually what the problem is:
is 1: dirty laser lens
2: laser is coming off track somewhere
# 1 (easy fix) go to any store like circuit city or best buy, or even radioshack and buy a cd lens cleaner. They are usually pretty cheap and you can use them for a long period of time. Just follow the directions and you should be set.....if the problem still persists you have a bigger issue.
#2 last resort....if the lens is off track you will need to send it to a repair shop and have it serviced...but there is good news! 9 times outta 10 its just the lens being dirty.
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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