Hey honestly what you need to do is send the unit back to pyle and they will repair it. I have the same issue 2 times. What they say is the players power supply went out and that 80% of issues with the pyle products are improper installation. I am selling mine and you should do the same after you get the player back. I hope I could help
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Your problem is the wires in the unit that hooks to the connection plate to the face plate there is a wire that burned up and not making the connection, youll see the wires when you put faceplate on and tilt your screen its like a orangish yellow wires that is hooked into the slot that your faceplate connects to a wire has burnt up probably caused by the brake wire that wasnt hooked up or from pulling off the faceplate to many times HAD TWO OF THESE DO THE SAME THING neither one I had ,had brake wire hooked up and probably caused it to short out.
hi, you can store music on a usb memory stick from your computer then plug the memory stick into your stereo then you can play your music thats on the memory on your stereo.
it just means you can copy music from your pc and play it on your stereo via a usb stick so you could copy an album onto a memory stick then plug it into your stereo then you can listen to the album in your car, you can also store dvds onto a usb stick and play them in your car its just a way of getting more info onto your dvd player giving you the chance to play things you have on your pc. how ever some times you may have problems with certain formats and anything copied means you lose you warranty due to the fact your not using originals.
May not be a problem with the installation, sometimes ya just get a bad one. If you have hooked it up to power, and ground, and attempted to use a speaker outside of the cars wiring, then odds are you just got a bad radio out of the box.. This sort of thing just happens man, but hey that's what warranties are for right?
I ran across of alot of lcd head units that requiers the parking brake wire connected so it will show the video, (usually just audio if parking brake not on). But if you connect that wire to a proper ground (screen always on) or a grounded switch so you can control it maually (turn it on or off when you choose)
Three possible faults. Irst choice would be connector on radio you see when faceplate is removed may have some oxidation on pins. Sometimes with a small fine point file or dental pick you can try to scrape off any visible oxidation use caution not to bend any pins and be sure radio has no power . 2nd choice could be worn flex cable that connects to main p.c.b. and Third is chassis that keyboard connects to may be slightly bent causing a bad connection. I have a PDF service manual if you need it email@example.com