Hi i've had this unit for a little over a year . haven't had any problems until recently. when i put a disc in it wil play but when i try to eject it wont come out all the way . sometimes it comes out part way the other times not at all. any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Error codes 12 and 17 are for a dirty or scratched disc. First thing to try would be a different disc. If this does not work most higher-end pioneer head units have a software reset button which is not well marked but usually located behind the face plate and you can use a pen or a pin to push this. It needs to be held down for a few seconds and this will reset all of the settings to factory standard. This does mean that you will lose all saved radio stations, clock settings, audio settings etc. If it still wont play any discs after that it will likely need more detailed attention from a technician. Cheers, Dan
ERROR-11, 12, 17, 30 Dirty disc Clean disc.
ERROR-11, 12, 17, 30 Scratched disc Replace disc.
ERROR-10, 11, 12, 15, 17,
Electrical or mechanical Turn the ignition ON and OFF, or switch
to a different source, then back to the CD
http://www.generalmanual.com/Players/Pioneer-DEH-1600-In-Dash-CD-Receiver.htm 1.press source button and hold until unit powers off 2.press audio and hold until clock appears 3.press -> <- arrows to select hours from minutes 4.0up and down buttons to change the time.
manual can be found at above link ,hope this helps Harry
This unit, if it has been moved recently, could have had the laser lens fall out. If thats not the case, open the unit and clean the lens, and while it is open insert a disc and see if the disc spins up to full speed, as the spindle motor is very popular to go bad in these units. Good Luck