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Hi, Try disconnecting the CD player from power,press and hold the open button and the connect and turn player on.Release button after it indicates open on the on player.Tap the top part of the player with your palm while pressing open button.
To set the clock, please follow the following steps
#1 Press and hold the "SRC/OFF" button on your Pioneer car CD player until the unit powers down. Note that the "SRC/OFF" button is located on the top left of the Pioneer car CD player. #2 Press and hold the multi-control knob, located on the left side of the CD player. Hold the multi-control knob until the words "Clock Set" appear on the CD player's display. #3 Turn the multi-control knob until the words "Clock Set" are highlighted. Press the multi-control knob on your Pioneer car CD player to enter the clock setting mode. #4 Turn the multi-control knob to highlight the "Hours" option. Press and hold the multi-control knob until the hours-place digits begin to flash. Rotate the multi-control knob until the desired value is displayed. Press the multi-control knob on your Pioneer car CD player to save your changes. #5 Turn the multi-control knob to highlight the "Minutes" option. Hold the multi-control knob until the minutes-place digits begin to flash. Rotate the multi-control knob until the desired minutes value is displayed. Press the multi-control knob to save your changes and end the clock-setting process.
The unit has a hold button that keeps you from accidentally
activating the device when it's in a purse or backpack, which preserves
battery power and also prevents changing tracks if buttons are accidentally pushed while in play mode. Look on the player for the hold button and turn it to the off position. I hope this helps and good luck!
first, you have to obtain the serial number for the CD played. To obtain this, turn the CD player off, hold down the #1 and #6 buttons at the same time. While holding these buttons, turn the power on. The serial number will flash with 2 sequences of 4 numbers each (the serial number is a total of 8 digits). Call a Honda dealership with this serial number and they can provide you with the security code to access the CD player. Hope this helps.
There is a "hold" button on the device that works like a key lock on your cell phone.
Find the hold button and switch it to the other position and you will be able to use your device normally.
Once you have put your CD player in a mode that you want, then you switch the hold button on so that you won't accidentally hit any buttons. You can then safely put the CD player in a pocket and not have to worry about it.
open up your dash get 1 short RCA cable (red and white) male ends on them
now place the red and white RCA into the back of DVD in-dash player next step the aftermarket CD player should have 2 rca plugs that say aux put the other end red and white RCA cable that you just put into DVD unit into the aux inputs on back of CD player when this is done reinstall both units back into the dash now on your CD player press the source button till aux appears once this is done you will hear the DVD player sound...........now if you press the source button and no aux appears......hold down the source button till the CD player powers off...........once CD player is off hold down the F (function) button till beep or unit turns on a display use the skip buttons or F (function) button to go threw features once you get to aux turn aux to on now hold the source button down again till unit powers on normally once this is done press source button again till you find aux........if you get sound and the TV doesn't work let me know and ill guide you to get that running too (if there are no aux RCA plugs on the back of CD player) let me know (sometimes there is a headphone looking plug on back of CD units) if what i told you doesn't work let me know the brand of CD player you have so i can give you correct setups I'm only going by your in-dash DVD player right now
hope i was able to help get you sound
There is a program that came with the installation Cd called Philips Device Manager. You can download it from www.usasupport.philips.com if you lost the CD. Use the Philips Device Manager to repair the player. If the device manager will not repair the player, then try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.