Question about Car Audio & Video
My denso 462100-0436 Nav system in the 2002 camry has trouble reading the DVD disk. The disk looks ok, and reads OK on my home computer and laptop, but the system says it can't read the disk. For a while, Ejecting the disk and re-inserting will get the NAV computer to try again, and often that will cause it to work ...for a while...then the problem reappears again when the car is started. I have disassembled the unit (I'm and electronics engineer) and checked all of the flex cable connections, inspected for apparent problems, and checked the Power supply voltages, which seem to be good. The DVD ROM ( panasonic DVS100-V) apparently uses about 3.6 volts, via a regulator on the 5 volt supply (is this correct??) Any suggestions? Can you tell me where to get schematics? Do you repair such items?
SOURCE: NAV. SYSTEM
Enter a destination, turn of the annoying voice guidance after that you should be able to take out the navi disc and be on memory navi mode and play your cd or even dvd if you bypassed the parking brake. That what I am able to do with my Pioneer Avic N1, by the way I am selling it cheap to in case you are interested. My number is 801-414-4566. Goodluck.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
SOURCE: AVIC-N1 "disc read error"
The laser eye need to be re-align or clean up. If you are technical incline, then open it up and clean the laser eye and turn the mounting allen wrench nuts up a bit. If not have someone who knows do it. 'Cause there are alot of things can pop out of place when you opened it. Goodluck.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
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