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How do i reset my pioneer

When i switch on the car head lights, the head unit goes so dark i can hardly see anything...DVD is playing but we see nothing...something has gone wrong all of a sudden...please help

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use your user guide to read the problem related to error 11 .. most probably your wire connecting your changer witht he head uint is either cut or not functionall ... hope that answers the question

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

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Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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The solution that worked for me is:

1) turn off the radio.
2) Push and hold the power button down (the dial). DON'T release the button.
3) The unit will display the time on the lcd screen with the numbers flashing, (only hr or min).
4) use the up/dwn, right/left buttons to set the clock.
5) turn off the unit by pushing the power button (again, the dial).

That is it. the clock should be set.

Hope that helps,

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SOURCE: I have a pioneer avh-p6500dvd I was playing a dvd

I have the same problem, it seems that the Integrated circut that controls the CD stoped working.
You'll need to go to a repair shop and replace it.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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