Automatic standby unit unresponsive Liteon DDA500GX
I have the unit hooked up properly...yes, I am positive. When I plug the unit in it waits about 10 seconds and automatically powers on. It goes through the hello screen although nothing shows up on the screen. The machine after the hello message automatically displays the time and the power light goes off. When either the power button or disc open button are pressed the unit cycles power.
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The best way to find the problem would be to hook up a 8 cannel lab scope to main sensors , power supply & ground's an drive the vehicle or let it sit running to see what is dropping out . Buying an replacing parts isn't the proper way to fix this type problem .
Read that these cars are famous for the ECM units gong bad. Also learned that these ECM's are different for automatic and manual cars ??????
Reading isn't the way either , testing the proper way is . Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop . Do you like making part stores rich ? They love guy's like you .
Heater and radio are supply power by the "Accesories position" If you know about electronic and wiring. Q: Does the automatic starter has 12 volts power source Only after thecar start...? A:Yes. You can hook up a wire from it to the accesories. You should be good to go. Or you can hook up straight from the alternater out put to accesorie position.
Sounds like my woman. The thing is looking for a signal. Hook the TV or stereo receiver up to it or put a DVD in the tray. Some DVD players take a bit to power on so you might just be an impatient lot. Take the thing back to the shop and exchange for a different brand like Sony or Samsung which power up quicker and are more user friendly.
First. reboot the computer. If you leave your computer on all the time, an occasional reboot will often clear up an unresponsive program and "sharpen the teeth" so-to-speak. If you've done this, try going directly from USB cable to the camera. If it is still unresponsive, try plugging into a DIFFERENT USB port on the computer. If you've done all of this with the same cable, try using that cable and camera on a different computer. If it is unresponsive there, you may suspect the cable as being bad. Try a different cable. If you're still having issues, suspect that the USB port in the camera has gone bad and have a reputable repair shop take a look at it.
Lost your DVD Writer means ? Does it stopped working ! Open The cabinet of the CPU and check the IDE Channel BUS- cable if that is plugged properly.Also check if the Power plug is properly inserted to your DVD Rom,
If both are checked properly, get the lense of the DVD checked in service center. maximum of the CD/DVD problem arises due to damage in the lense. Anyways, The cost of the lense comes to be almost equal to the DVD ROM price :)
I have contacted Venturer Electronics Inc. (which have recently purchased RCA); they are in Toronto, Ontario. They suggested to perform a Manufacturer Reset (as follows); and if it works; system should power up [this means there was a glitch in the software]...(this usually happens when system is plugged into a power bar or surge protector) if not, contact them @ 1-800-721-4007. They honor the manufacturer's (RCA) 1 year warranty... with receipt.
To reset Unit:
Unplug Unit from AC power (other wires can stay connected)
Press the On/Standby button in front of Unit 15 times
Wait 30 minutes
Replug Unit to AC power
Press the On/Standby button to power up unit
Wait couple of minutes for unit to do its thing
**If unit works properly, then ensure not to plug unit into power bar or surge protector, keep plugged into wall.
**If unit will not power up properly, contact them for further instructions.
Hope this is helpful....
My Unit powered up wonderfully and is currenlty working like a charm.