Question about Pioneer XMP3i XM Receiver and MP3 Player with Home Kit
My Pioneer XMP3i goes into demo mode within seconds of powering on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1) Pull chassis---remove power/convergence PCB==the one with the large heatsink on it. 2) Remove solder from pins of four regulators on heatsink. 3)Clean board/pins w/ toothbrush & alcohol. 4)Re-solder, also solder both Stk's for prevent. 5)Re-assemble
1) Pull chassis---remove power/convergence PCB==the one
with the large heatsink on it.
2) Remove solder from pins of four regulators on heatsink.
3)Clean board/pins w/ toothbrush & alcohol.
4)Re-solder, also solder both Stk's for prevent.
Posted on Oct 12, 2007
Contact Pioneer at 1-800-421-1404 about getting an in-home power supply replacement. This is a known issue with some plasma displays. Some of you would experience a loud pop and then the power supply fails. You get a red light below the ON button, when you press on, the red light will turn green for a second and then back to red. The plasma display will not turn on after the power supply fails. Call Pioneer at 1-800-421-1404.
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Posted on Mar 29, 2009
SOURCE: goes into demo mode on its own
try to resolder IC5301
here is a picture showed the location of IC5301 on
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: XMp3i is stuck on "powering
Bad TSOP flash chip. No way to fix without disassembling, removing the flash chip, and placing a new flash chip on it. Doing so requires a donor radio (with another issue), and will change your XM Radio ID. You'll also need to have a hot air (or IR) rework station for desoldering the old chip, and a soldering iron for placing the new chip on the radio.
I'd say give pioneer a call since it's a design flaw, and a VERY common issue. My best guess is that it's caused by excessive heat & defective chips.
Posted on Sep 13, 2011
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