Question about Pioneer AVIC-N2 Car DVD Player
Hey bud how are you??....I called Pioneer and indeed they still offer ribbon replacement if I send the unit in....I checked the silver sticker at the bottom of the unit and it's still intact....So I have no idea if the "bypass" was done previously or not since I bought this unit to fix (along with the hide-away brain)...Also none of the faceplate functions work (except the clock function button)...I have to disconnect the power to power the unit off...I have it connected at home to a battery for the testing - never installed it on a car yet...
So what do you suggest?? should I send the unit to Pioneer for the ribbon replacement?? I don't believe the "bypass" was ever done but I could be wrong....Ho can they charge $200 if I never authorize the work?? If that happens I will not pay them and take the loss...It's not really worth it to me...I paid $100 for BOTH units....What do you suggest?? Is it okay to call you directly if I have more questions and when it's a good time for you?? Thanks again for your help....Vasilis K.
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Posted on Mar 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cheapest place is on ebay, you can pick one up there for half of what Pioneer charges.
Or call 1 800 pioneer for a new one
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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