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The display on my old Pioneer stereo multi CD receiver fades

Pioneer XC-P410M - works well in all respects except the display fades on and off. First power on it is usually on, then after a few moments fades out. A small tap on the display screen brings it back, sometimes. Sometimes stays on for several minutes. Sometimes just pops on and then off. Can I easily remove the front face of the device t see if there is a loose wire or connection.

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  • fortinl Jan 15, 2009

    Thank you for the helpful suggestion. I located a small independent repair shop in Brockville, Ontario (about 50kms from me in Smiths Falls). He will attempt the fix for a bench fee of $25 plus up to $40 for the soldering. He doesn't think any parts are needed.

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The problem is a bad solder connection probably on the display itself. These are not the easiest to open up. I would not suggest you attempt this if you haven't done these before. This is a simple fix for any shop that handles audio repair. Call around for a shop that works on Pioneer gear and request an estimate over the phone. Indicate that the dispaly has bad connections that need to be resoldered. You may find a shop that will repair this for short money. Where are you located? Perhaps I can suggest a shop.

Dan

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