Question about Blaupunkt Car Audio & Video
My husband has tried a screwdrive, I tried small lollipop sticks, started to move but the sticks bent
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I hav an 03 and it exhibited the same problems; on off on off nothing works. I discovered this repair 2 days ago and it works perfectly and I am one happy camper.
1. Start by pulling the main fuse for the radio (if you already haven't)
2. Re insert the fuse and turn the radio on (nevermind the on off sequence). Insert a music CD, it will take one.
3. Pull the fuse again, count to five and re insert fuse.
4. When the CD starts to play, use the menus to get down to the factory default settings and ask it to reset to factory.
5. And you are now working again. Or you should be. It basically is a processor and it operates just like your home PC whn it needs a reload. It searchs to the default drive which is the CD player.
Good Luck everyone!
Posted on May 04, 2008
If your unit has a SRC button to the right of the CD clot, try holding this down for a few seconds - works on mine!
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
I'm afraid its a little bit late for corsamad11 but I've just spent hours finding that too much messing about taking a Blaupunkt Santa Crux MP36 in and out of your dashboard will almost render this great quality radio almost useless. Not being securely fixed in the dasboard.
The radio is held inside the mounting bracket by a metal strip each side which are supposed to spring closed to secure the unit. When the two keys are inserted each side of the radio they are supposed to push out these metal strips and at the same time hook onto each side of the radio behind two little lugs. This may work a few times but thats about all. The metal strips don't spring closed and the removing keys don't hook on the unit to pull it out.
Fiddle about with the keys inserted in each slot and at the same time try to push the unit further inside the dash. When this is achieved the mounting bracket lugs can be straightened out and the bracket can be removed with a narrow screwdriver as installed.
Just a very poor and flimsy design on a much loved radio.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
Demo here using the correct extractors
Alternatives are 2 pieces of bent , wire coathanger or 4 x small drills(use the blunt ends) or 4 x small Allen Keys or 4 x small screwdrivers or 4 x nails or even 4 x darts.
An assistant is useful to pull the radio out whilst you are releasing the 4 securing clips
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
This is a link to Blaupunkt for manuals, I don't see your paticular "model" though. See if you can locate it.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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