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No display the sterio plays and works but shows nothing on the screen

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I had the same problem with mine you need to take face plate completly off and make sure that the face poles are correctly seated in the post holders of main sterio these sterio's were designed to move with vehicle bounce if not seated properly it will not show the faces designs

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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Check the electrical contacts on the back of the faceplate and on the front of the head unit for dirt/other damage. If nothing obvious there I would suggest sending the unit for service.

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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