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Pioneer DEH-P7700MP Hi all! I recently purchased a vehicle with the above unit in. All i'm getting from the display is a series of blue lines with no legible graphics at all, making it impossible to adjust anything!! Any possible soloutions will be apreciated!! Mick

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Re: Pioneer DEH-P7700MP

Hey, either the face plate isn't getting good connection with the unit so you need to clean the connection gold plates or your just on a blank screen and you can fix that by pressing the knob in until the screen says Entertainment, then scroll thru the possible screens until you choose one you like.

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Changed car battery and now Pioneer DEH-P7700MP doesn't work

check behind radio for inline fuses . useually on red and yellow wire's . most likly blew one . or fried radio all together . most likely just fuse , thats why they are there

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PIONEER DEH-P7700MP/P770MP CD/MP3 Faceplate

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Here is the case for the detachable face:

You might find the face, or even the whole radio with face cheaper on ebay.

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Did you check the fuse with a ohmmeter. fuses that small are realy hard to see... just check the continuity between the two termanils on the fuse, there should be continuity. Check your fuse panel of your car or truck, maybe it poped a fuse there. Physically check the power input with a votimeter and see if you have your 12 volts to the unit.

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