Question about Pioneer DEH-P6800MP CD Player
My head unit deh-6800mp was working fine until one day it completely refused to turn on. The box (I don't know what its called) it plugs into has power because it will still eject the head unit when the car turns off. Plus I can hear something moving whenever I press the reset button the head unit. Anyway I have no idea about this thing, it appears it has no power going into the head unit itself. What options do I have to fix this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i also have had this unit for over four years. the exact same thing just happened to me yesterday. i was thinking maybe it is the motor that opens the face. has anyone found an exact solution for this problem yet?
Posted on Sep 23, 2007
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
Have you checked the fuse at the back of the head unit. You will need to extract the head unit from the slot. There is a small blade fuse near to where the wiring harness connects to the back of the unit. Check it to see if it has blown. It normally is a red 10amp fuse.
Also check your main fuse board.
Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
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