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AVH-X2500BT CD/DVD H/U will play iPod tracks but with no sound.

AVH-X2500BT CD/DVD H/U installed earlier today and I testing it out. I found that when my iPod touch gen 2 is hooked up it will show the tracks and play them but there is no sound. I have checked my wiring and I have also checked the settings on both the H/U and the iPod but found nothing. It is not muted on either the iPod or H/U. What can I do get it to play sound?

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Select the Source menu, press the OFF key, touch the screen and select AV MENU, and select initial, then touch AV input 1 until it says I-Pod.

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Try resetting the unit using a pen. While powered on, click the reset button and this should resolve your problem. If it doesn't the problem maybe related to parking brake cable not being connected properly.

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sounds like the antena plug on the back of the unit came out pull out an check

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I own the exact same model as you and I found a video on youtube explaning how to bypass the DVD region. I bought it in the States (region 1) but I live in Brazil (region 4).
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I have a AVH-X2500BT I am trying to play a dvd. an error code 02-9e comes up. what is the problem?


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The manuals for the unit is available here: http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/StaticFiles/Manuals/Car/AVH-X2500BT_OwnersManual010213.pdf . See page 4 (page 7 of the PDF) for the location of the Reset button. You will need Adobe Reader or a similar program to read the manual. If the reset doesn't work, you ,may need to have the unit serviced. (Check that your electrical system doesn't have any fuse or ground problems first.)

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