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Car stereo displays 000ZAA

My car stereo is now displaying 000ZAA whilst the radio plays
the model is JVC KD-SC402 CD Car Radio
the cd player does now not operate but you can tune between radio stations as normal and it will display the station name before going back to 000ZAA which constantly flashes on the display.

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  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    i have exactly the same problem and it will not play cds please does anyone know how to fix this and why it has done this?

  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    Me too! Somebody please help! JVC's answer to the problem is to take the car setero back to the shop that i bought it from but that means taking the whole thing out! What a nightnare!

    Anyone have the magic answer please?

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000ZAA:
remove front panel and press reset button with ballpen

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