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Pioneer AVIC 700 sirius satellite radio stopped working, stuck on

Sirius satellite radio stopped working, stuck on channel 123 and will not allow me to change channels. Presets are blank. Sirius is illuminated on the menu, but I get no sound.

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My AVIC-F900BT was stuck on one channel and wouldn't change. There was no sound. Radio head detected Satelitte system, but no buttons worked. Found on the internet a solution that worked for me. I disconnnect the battery terminals for 5 minutes and then connected them. When the system rebooted, the Sirius radio worked fine. I'm posting this hopeing it will help someone.

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This worked for me with my avic also

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Check that your Sirius subscription has not lapsed or a problem with your account. Your symptoms seem to indicate that you are not getting service. If the account is ok, call the activation number and request that your tuner be "refreshed" which will resend the activation signal to your tuner. This should clear up the problem.

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Solution 2 - Cassette Tape Adapter
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