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No pin code

I unpluged the battery to intall a amp and when i hooked the battery back up the Cd player is asking for a pin code and i don't remember ever setting one

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    need a code to operate stereo

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Hold down the forward track button >> for 10+ seconds and the code will reset itself. Then go into the menu and reset the access code for yourself.

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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When u see id code on screen then your point finger click >> track few sec then itself put code number then u ready go in anf go

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Thanks, problem is solved.

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Please do rate the solution and revert for further assistance.


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