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My Avic N1 has an issue with the touch screen. On the left side of the screen I have to touch about 3/4 of an inch further to the left than what it should be, and the scroll bar is totally unaccessable. Is there a way to re-calibrate the screen? This may have happened when I updated my software to a newer version? Thanks for any tips.

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Read this page, it has some steps on sorting out the screen, give them a try:
http://www.g35driver.com/forums/audio-video-electronics/165215-pioneer-avic-d1-touch-screen-help.html

The touch screen may need to be recalibrated Or replaced if recalibration doesn't work.
are you on warranty?

You most likely don't need to replace the whole screen, just the digitizer part on top of the screen that registers the pressure / touch / movement.

If the digitizer is damaged, it may not register the touch properly
The digitizer is in that case either faulty / broken or not calibrated properly.

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