Question about Car Audio & Video
If the head unit has a reset button try to reset it. if that doesn't work it will need to be sent to the manufacture to be repaired or replaced. But if someone broke it warranty doesn't cover that. Niether do most insurance companies without special coverage. Sorry.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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