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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cd player
First of all, you aren't going to like this solution because it's the truth. If you rate me poorly, it's because you don't understand the truth. The optical pickup is bad and needs to be replaced. Anything made by Xtreme sound is poorly built. Yes, you're lucky to have even gotten four months use out of it. I've seen some that only last for two months and they die. Fortunately, that's why you didn't pay that much for it. I would suggest getting a Pioneer in the future.
Posted on Jul 16, 2006
There is a ribbon cable that tells the face what to do. You will have to take it in to get serviced as it is very hard to change. There are alot of pieces / parts inside.
hope this helps
Posted on May 30, 2008
Hey jshaff, try taking off the detachable front, and you will see a reset button, press and hold in for 10 secs, this should solve your problem. if it doesn't work first time keep trying. you must have power to the head unit for this to work. you will hear the cd make a noise and that should be that, try and let me know.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
As far as i can remember, since the release of the detachable face - pioneer has used the same locking mechanism - basucally a spring loaded hook.
The release keys have not changed, so im pretty sure they use the same design.
Any DIN sized radio will fit in any sleeve.... regardless of manufacture - it is an industry standard. Only the locking mechanisms vary (and even that can be modified to work with the right tools.
I may suggest cleaning the contacts on the faceplate (if its removeable) with an eraser to remove varnishing that may have ocurred over the years.
If you decide to have it repaired, you're looking at about $45.00. May be wise to invest that in a new radio instead with better featured and a warranty.
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Posted on Mar 18, 2009
If you buy a wiring harness from
this guy he will send you a wiring diagram. Copy and paste the web address.
Here you go bud:
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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