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My battery went dead on my '07 Odyssey and the same thing happened to my DVD player.
I read this solution on another site and it worked for me. Pull the fuse for the radio and [important] leave it out for about 20-30 minutes or more before returning it to the slot. This should reset the player. I tried pulling it and left the fuse out for only about 10 minutes and it wasn't long enough. Tried again and left the fuse out for about 30 minutes and it worked fine.
I think I read a lot of other notes on this same problem with dealers telling people to bring the car in and the dealers telling them that they have to replace the players. Such a scam.
Side note: You'll probably need to input the security codes for the radio into the system first. Find the codes in the Service History book on page one under the pre-inspection notes --probably in the glove compartment along with the car manual.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
The dvd or the disc?
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