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The front right side of the screen is flickering

I was wondering if there is a place i can take my head unit to have it repaird or if anyone knows how to osolve this problem

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Its a lil pricey but its actually an issue with the faceplate...the display has to be replaced.Its a common problem on the pioneer decks with the motorized faceplates. look on ebay for just a faceplate.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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    George Ivanov Mar 21, 2015

    probably the same problem ... better call a mobile guy

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