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A flashing timer is an indication of fault. From the number of flashes occurs at one time switch ON, you can get an idea about the faulty circuit board inside it. These flashes are called, blinking codes. Check this link for more details. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

Posted on May 04, 2013

Testimonial: "Sometimes it stays on for a while other times it switches of within 2min how do i switch off the timer manually . I haven't got the remote"

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I HAVE A PIONEER XV-EV9, THE TIMER KEEPS ON BLINKING...IT WOULDN'T TURN ON..HELP ME


Hi. I have a Pioneer XV-EV9 and it stopped working sudenly and then the timer was blinking. Probably it has heating. I sent my player to repair, but it doesnt work. Do you want to buy my unit to take parts? Or do you want to sell your to me? I'm from Brazil and you can contact me by rfelini77@msn.com. ok.

Oct 15, 2013 | Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders

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Pioneer xv-ev9


A flashing timer is an indication of fault. From the number of flashes occurs at one time switch ON, you can get an idea about the faulty circuit board inside it. These flashes are called, blinking codes. Check this link for more details. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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Pioneer XV-DV99 high definition DVD/Rewriter


Try one of these codes:
221, 222, 154, 160, 174, 180

Or use the Seach feature:
  • Manually turn on the device you wish to scan for (e.g. TV)
  • Perform Power Scan by pressing and holding (approximately 3 seconds)the desired DEVICE MODE button TV, VCR, CBL, DVD or SAT until the status indicator light begins to blink.
  • Press and release the PWR (power) button. The status indicator light will stop blinking and stay ON at this point.
  • Press and release slowly and patiently the blue UP ( ? ) button to scan forward through the code database. To scan backward through the code database, press and release the blue DOWN ( ? ) button. Each time you press the up or down arrow, the remote will try and turn off the device (TV, VCR etc) you originally selected.
  • When the device (TV,VCR etc.) responds by shutting off, press the ENTER button. This will store the code
  • in memory and you will see three blinks of the status indicator light to confirm the code input. Be patient, there are over 100 codes to search through.
Hope that fixed ya...

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Region 1 only DVD player


Most company and people who have the codes sell them, so i suggest u google for DVD REGIONAL CODES, some will give u a thirty day trial version, but in most cases u have to buy the software

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