Question about Pioneer DEH-P3500 CD Player
Pull the face off, and examine the small gold pins between the face and the chassis of the unit. lightly scrape them with a fingernail then re-attatch, could just be dust buildup, liquid, you name it... If it still has problems, you may need to get it serviced. Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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