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Sir, I have a escord 9500i .Last few days there is no sound

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If your 9500i is still in warranty, then Escort will replace the speaker with a new "high temp" speaker which won't blow due to extreme heat. If it is out of warranty, call Escort and see if they will send you a replacement speaker for a small fee. Search for instructions on replacing the speaker on radardetector.net.

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Everything lights up and is working,but i have no sound


Do you accidentally have it muted? The Mute button, located on PASSPORT's top panel and SmartCord. Have you turned up the volume on it? Volume Control (VOL) To increase or decrease the audio volume, press and hold the (+) or (-) volume control buttons located on the top case. A sample alert tone will be generated, along with a corresponding bar-graph on the display. Once you have reached your desired volume level, simply release the button. This level will be stored in memory. In Preferences Auto Volume is the default. This feature will increase the audio alert level automatically when the ambient noise in the vehicle is high. Good luck.

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I HAVE A PASSPORT 95OOi AND I AM HAVING A PROBLEM WITH THE LASER ALERT IT GOES OFF CONTINUALLY IN VARIOUS PLACES AS I DRIVE, BUT ESPECIALLY ON THE EXPRESSWAY I DON'T THINK IT'S WORKING PROPERLY WHAT COULD...


This is most likely caused by either a somewhat flaky power connection inside or on the back side of your car's cigarette lighter socket, assuming that you are using your 9500i's standard coiled Smartcord, or it is caused by excessive alternator ripple (electrical noise). Usually installing the optional direct wire power cable resolves this issue. Also Escort can reprogram your 9500i to desensitize its laser circuitry, but it would be better to try the direct wire power solution first. The direct wire solution usually resolves this problem, especially if you tap power in your fuse box from one of the higher amperage fuse terminals such as 15A. Why? Because the higher amperage fuses have heavier cable leading directly back to your car's battery and tend to be more free of electrical noise.

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All the features on my 9500i work except the video display. I do not have the "dark mode"" enabled. Any thoughts on how to repair this problem? Thank you!


This likely is caused by a cold solder joint on the back side of the alphanumeric LED display. Escort will have to repair this for you.

Jul 19, 2009 | Escort Passport 9500i Radar/Laser Detector

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It doesn't sound


Your 9500i likely has a blown speaker. Contact Escort about sending in your RD to have its speaker replaced.

Jul 16, 2009 | Escort Passport 9500i Radar/Laser Detector

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Smart cord just flashes


Try the following. First, make sure if possible that the 9500i is powered off when you plug it into power. Then hold down the buttons (I forget which ones) needed to put it into USB mode and only release these buttons once "USB" is displayed after plugging it in again. Hopefully you will be able to get your 9500i to display "USB" again. If you can get it to display "USB", only then plug in its USB cable into your computer. Then run Detector Tools and see if you can re-flash the firmware.

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How do i replace a broken speaker in passport 9500i


The speaker is manufactured by PUI, but it is a custom OEM job for Escort. So you can't get it from any distributor or from PUI. In the late summer of 2007 Escort started installing a new "high temp" speaker. This new speaker looks just like the original speaker, but it is designed to be able to handle very high temperatures without blowing. If your 9500i is still in warranty, Escort will replace the speaker with the new "high temp" speaker, test and calibrate your 9500i, and install whatever their latest firmware is. If your 9500i is out-of-warranty, then you should call them and see if they will send you a replacement "high temp" speaker for a small charge. The speaker is easy to replace. A good while back I posted on radardetector.net detailed instructions on how to replace a 9500i speaker. It takes all of 10 minutes to do.

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My passport 9500i has no sound


The little speaker in it is defective. Mine does the same thing and I discovered the defective speaker when I opened it.
It is now going to Escort to be reparied.

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That is not POP, which is a type of radar gun operating mode. Instead, what you are seeing are SWS (Safety Warning System) messages. Either look in your user manual or download the PDF user manual from Escort's web site in order to see how to turn SWS off.

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