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Touch points off

The touch points on my N2 screen are out of calibration. Wherever I touch, the input that gets registered is about one 3/4 inch off fron where my finger touched. In other words, if I press the "G" button, the unit responds as if I pressed "H".

How can I "re-register" the touch points?

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Hi, if you go to avic411.com and search the forum. There are full instructions there to show you how to re-calibrate your touchscreen. I learned from them and did my a while back, but I forgot how. I am sure it still there. You just have to look at the whole forum on the Avic N series. Good luck.

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Hello,
I believe I have the information for which you are searching! Please try the following instructions to re-calibrate your Pioneer
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NOTE: Pioneer recommends using the supplied pen to make the adjustment.
Step 1: Touch the source icon, then touch OFF to turn the unit off.
(you can display the source icon by touching the screen).
Step 2: Press and hold BAND.
(The 4-point calibration screen opens).
Step 3: Lightly touch the arrow in each corner with the supplied pen. (The arrows turn red when touched; the calibration cannot
complete until all arrows are red. To cancel, press V.ADJ).
Step 4: Press BAND to complete the 4-point calibration.
(The new position data will be saved automatically).
NOTE: Do not turn off the ignition while the unit is saving data.
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