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Touchscreen Any button, number or letter in the far left edge of touchscreen does not respond when pressed!

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Re: Touchscreen

U have to:
eject any cd from unit
press and hold eject button then press resey key (small pin above the right nob)
Hold down eject until screen goes in and back out.
then it will ask you to press reset do not
on right nob pres up up down down center
it will take you to the cal screens
caution do not do anything else other than
enter the touchscreen calibration and perform steps 1-4
this units touchscreen does have tricky set points gl

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

Re: Touchscreen - Pioneer AVIC-N1 Car DVD Player Car Video Players

How do you "calibrate the unit" ???

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

Re: Touchscreen

Try calibrating the unit


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When I touch my screen it's like my Pyle plts73fx radio don't respond to my touch like my touch mode off how do u get ut back on because I lost my remote

Did you try removing the face and reconnecting it or maybe pushing the reset button? Sometimes with the touchscreen radios by unplugging them it may reset the processor and start to work again. Unplug it for 25-30 seconds to discharge the internal capacitors and try again.

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How to show images on screen

Step 1 Turn the device off, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back on again. This process will clear out any software errors that are causing the touchscreen to malfunction. If the touchscreen still doesn't work, remove the device's battery, if possible, wait ten seconds and then put it back in.
Step 2 Remove both the SIM and memory cards from the device, if the device accepts such cards, and then turn the device off and back on again. Sometimes errors in these cards can cause devices to malfunction.
Step 3 Check your device's documentation to see if there is a way to manually recalibrate the screen. This process will either be done through the "Settings" or "Tools" menus, for those devices that have an alternative method of input, or by holding a combination of buttons while you turn the device on, for those devices that only have the touchscreen for input.
Step 4 Upgrade the device's software to the latest version, if possible. Many devices come with software for your computer that will allow you to connect the device and update the software. Often, this process will resolve existing software errors that may be causing the touchscreen to stop responding.
Step 5 Clean the device's contacts and screen using isopropyl alcohol and a small brush. Turn the device off before you clean it.
Step 6 Perform a hard reset as a last resort. This reset will erase everything you have added to the device and return its software and settings to their factory defaults. Even with an unresponsive touchscreen, most devices will have a way to perform this reset either through PC software or by holding a combination of buttons while turning the device on. Consult your device documentation to determine the exact process for performing a hard reset on your device.
Step 7 Contact the manufacturer for your device if the touchscreen is still unresponsive after your troubleshooting attempts. The manufacturer may have additional steps to take that are specific to your device, and if your device is still under warranty you should be able to get a replacement through their customer service division.
  • If you have the right tools and are willing to risk voiding your warranty, you can also open the device and scrub down the control board using the small brush and isopropyl alcohol.
  • Many manufacturers offer free telephone support, but some will charge for the service. Check your product documentation before you contact support to know if you will be charged for the service.

Required Items

  • Isopropyl alcohol
  • Small brush


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Right there with you, I have a avic d2 as well. my screen is not working at all. I work on stereos, and can not fix it myself, because Pioneer will not sell the ribbon cable needed to fix it. You must ship the unit to them, and pay $180 for a five minute repair. I used to buy only Pioneer, I have moved on to alpine. Pioneer has gone way, way down hill as soon as they stopped making there product in Japan.

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Hi, if you go to and search the forum. There are full instructions there to show you how to re-calibrate your touchscreen. I learned from them and did my a while back, but I forgot how. I am sure it still there. You just have to look at the whole forum on the Avic N series. Good luck.

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Pioneer has a repair service center in California. Look up warrenty and service repair on their site. With a problem that detailed it realy cant be narrowed down to one thing. The good thing is you have enough wrong that you actualy benifit from their flat rate fee's for repair.

Me on the other end ended up paying $200 for them to replace a fuse. :( So yeah look up the repair centers number, give them a call and they will tell you what you need to do. The unit is repairable.

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have the avh 5700 should be close to the same unit. try holding the two center buttons on deck [boost and arrow button] i think then without releasing them push the reset button with a pen ,the screen will close then reopen now let go of buttons should be in the right menu on the first item dont trace the extreme edge come in a little then the second item on the menu screen is the touch section just touch the little plus button on screen if still off try tracing first screen little further from edge. this should fix problem

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ya i get that same problem with the radio playing in the background. But i did notice as far as buttons to push the for a second or to that helps

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That is the code for the older jensen's The parking brake bypass procedure is as follows: 1: Go into AM/FM mode 2: Hit "setup" on the remote control 3: Enter 543210 on the remote, listening for the beep for each number entered 4: A new menu will appear. Touch the button that has the hammer/screwdriver on it in the upper left-hand part of the screen. 5: Select Brake bypass to "ON" and hit the "X" near the bottom of the screen.

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