Question about Pioneer CLD-D406 CD Player
I have a 90,s stack system, never a problem until I moved to New Zealand and when I set it back up again after spending 2 years and it had travelled to the other side of the world , it is locked in EDIT MODE.
If anyone has a users manual and could look up what may be wrong, Im guessing pressing a couple of buttons but I cnt figure it,
Please anyonce can you help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't have the service manual with me at the moment and I'm on the road. I'll look up the error code and update this somtime tomorrow.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
Actually, TRY powering OFF the unit, and release the volume button. Then, press and hold ONLY THE VOLUME BUTTON, until the initial settings appear. Pioneer really needs to get their act together on this issue. I have read all over that MANY people have had this issue, and the website is just a repeat of their lame printed manual.
Hope this helps. In review:
From OFF, press and hold ONLY THE VOLUME BUTTON. The initial settings shall appear at this point after about three seconds...
I just read these instructions, and while trying it, I found that my FUNCTION KEY had ABSOLUTELY NO FUNCTION IN THIS.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
SOURCE: Pioneer VSX 915 powe off
Had a power surge last night and got the same problem. Unit wont power on and has a blinking blue light on standby button. I found the solution from the service manual for a similar model.
Hold down ENTER and ADVANCED SURROUND buttons.
This resets the DC overvoltage sensor and bingo the unit comes back to life again.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
As you all know this is a very common problem. It is located in the two power boards inside the machine. These media receivers run really hot and the solder on these circuits boards crack, thus losing power when hot. Leave to cool and ok again. To fix you can remove these boards and touch each solder joint with a fine tip soldering iron until it becomes molten then move on to the next joint. Do all the joints, reassemble and presto, you should be back in business. These board are located between the on-off swith and the rear power input. It is a little fiddely, but if you halfway competant, then it shouldn't be a problem. I've done it a couple of times now, so if anybody feels a bit nervous, I'll do it for them for a small fee. contact email@example.com
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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