Had my 5900 dvd player working, took it out to add a btb200 bluetooth unit, when putting it back in there wasnt much room and it just went off? may have heard a small pop? A fuse on the car had gone but not sure if that is related, but the one in the yellow cable is fine, put the old radio in and its fine but the pioneer wont even light up? Is there any fuses in the unit it self? The cables have been altered alot by the previous owner, could any onf them be wrong or would that have stopped it straight away?
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I have some bad news for you, this player is preset to region 1 and it cannot be changed, here is an extract from page 7 of the user manual...If you need the manuals email me at email@example.com
DVD video disc region numbers
DVD video discs that have incompatible region
numbers cannot be played on this player. The
region number of the player can be found on
the bottom of this unit and this manual (refer
to Specifications on page 113).
this pioneer unit is just a CD player with a TV screen/monitor there is no DVD player in it. in order to watch a DVD you need to get the DVD player (sold separately) also its 6yrs old...it was really good in 2003 but since then there have been units that have a DVD,CD,navigation slot built in (this unit has a CD player built in only this means you cant put a DVD in the slot) if its selling for under $150 buy it if there asking over this i would wait and buy a newer system with everything just remember the DVD player for this unit is another cost so you may be paying just as much for this as you would for a newer unit........ so for me to answer your question its an OK unit and there haven't been to many problems with it except the complaints to pioneer about having to buy the DVD player separately........info for you in 2003 this avh-p6400cd sold for $499 but not to many people knew that they had to buy the units DVD player which was sold separately for $359
hope this has helped your deside
It's more likely to be a surface mounted fuse, this unit has a lot of protection but you need to strip the unit down and continuity test the fuses but be careful there is a large flexible printed circuit board which is easy to damage if you're not careful