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Pioneer AVIC-n1 touch screen display failure

My pioneer avic-n1 head unit lost display on screen when folded out and with no touch screen control. I believe its a 2004 year model if that makes any difference. Could it possibly some simple that we could repair. If not is it cost effective to repair or just replace? Thanks Ray Myer Speed Demon TrukWorx 405-823-7887

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When those screens go out you are better of replacing the unit. they cost more to repair then buying a new one. also with pioneer they seem to only last 5 to 6 yrs. so if yours is a 2004 then it is about time for it to start to have problems and time to buy a knew. it seems with pioneer they only lasts 6 yrs max and then you have to replace them but other brands like solny they last a lot longer.

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