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My AVH P4000DVD was working fine I turned car off and now the screen says CAUTION: IMAGES MAY APPERAR REVERSED.
I can not get it to reset. Sound is great but no screen options.

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If you can touch the screen and get the menu, then after 15 seconds or so, it goes back to the 'images may appear reversed' message, here is what you need to do....
1) Touch the screen to get menu
2) Touch the "Rear View" button (lower left of screen)
3) It should beep, but not change from menu view.
IF it changes instantly to the 'images may appear reversed' screen, repeat steps 1, 2, 3.
This should fix your issue.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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    hnoppert Nov 02, 2012

    What if the message does not change, whatever you try? I have the same message but it doesn't go away if i touch the screen

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