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I had the same problem - its because when you burn the disc, you don't use up all the recording time; and the read light on the player is so sensative that if there is any unused time, it will not accept the disc. So, make sure your recording time exceeds the disc space, and make sure the last song you burn is not your favorite because it will cut off midway through the song.
reset it,try with out the remote and change the remote battery,put in dvd wait for the blue screen,then press stop 2x then enter 1264 then,if you have a up,down,l/r control on the deck press down 1x then press play,you dont even have to use the ground wire then go to the rest, when you can see the menu,i dont know if it will work but u can give it a try
It sounds like you have a factory amp in the vehicle. Check behind the radio to see if you have the blue wire from the deck hooked up to anything. You probably do. So take the blue with white stripe wire coming from the deck and hook that up instead of the solid blue wire.
You need to hook up the pink wire to a power wire. I myself have a switch in my cig outlet (which ran blue lights i had inside my car) running it so if i ever got pulled over i just pull out the switch and they cant prove i was playing a movie.