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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have this remote...only Pioneer listings are as follows: TV: 1004,1006,1089 VCR/DVR: 2010,2055,2071 DVD: 3312,3311,3287,3286 To program (for example TV setting): Press and hold down TV while entering code i.e. 1-0-0-4 To manually cycle through all codes (example for TV): Press and hold TV while pressing and holding ON/OFF, after 3 seconds the on/off button light should come on and stay on - release all buttons. Turn your TV on and press ON/OFF once each 5 seconds until your TV turns off. When it turns off, you have the correct code - press the stop button. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 18, 2007
SOURCE: CD player can't find the disc.
Hey man, I had the exact same problem with mine. What you do is take off the top cover which has 2 screws on top and 3 on back side of top. You'll see where the two parts come together to grab cd and spin it. Well, you should also see a little "eye" lens that actually reads the disc. Clean this off with windex or some time of cleaner. Bam, It works.
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
SOURCE: Pioneer PD-206 wont power up
Try disconnecting from the power and powering it up again to reset the unit.
If it still wont cooperate, the unit will have popped a IC protector in the power supply. Not an uncommon fault. The burnt disc you used may have pushed the tracking servos a little hard and a circuit protector has kicked it. Pop the lid off and look for a black 2 wire device about 4mm across that viewed from above has a D shape. Measure it with an ohm meter....It should read low ohms, if it does not... it has failed. It may be marked as ICPxx(from memory)
A fast fix we used for this is to grab the device and give it a 200 deg twist to short the legs together. Soemtimes(often) the body of the device will break off, just solder the legs left behind.
They have a habit of failingl with no reason, and shorting across them will not affect the operation of the unit, nor put it anything in jeopardy.
OR pull the board out... and replace the device, although I can tell you through experience, they may fail again.
Good luck, if you have any questions, just get back to
me here. :)
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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