Question about Pioneer DEH-P8400MP CD Player
Hey sparrow, sorry you didn't get an answer to this sooner, mine just started doing the same thing. After fidling and dismantling for an hour or so I think I have diagnosed it to being the ribbon cable which comes from the circuit board to the front most control panel is cracked (i.e. the cable that connects to the connectors on the removable face plate) When the panel attempts to open fully the ribbon cable is flexed enough to lose connections making the unit think the faceplate has been removed and so attempts to close...when it closes the connectors retouch causing it to think it needs to reopen....this is a nasty design flaw for a unit that cost me $1500 (admitedly 10 years ago but it was in a box in the cupboard for 8 of those years) !!!! Now any chance I can source this $2 part .....eek
Posted on May 29, 2010
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