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SD-P5191 Pioneer control inputs lock after startup

Unit will start and if you immediatly change channel, mute, etc. it will take one input and no more. A string of random characters stay all across the bottom screen where the volume level display should be shown. I would like to locate a schematic or any other help. Thanks

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  • John Wiebe May 06, 2007

    On further examination it turned out only the volume up or down would cause the unit to lock out any further control inputs. I did a temporary fix by jumpering the the speakers with high wattage resistors and using a seperate stereo driven from the audio output jacks. I would still like a proper fix. I suspect a faulty IC but cant find a schematic to trace it.

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