Just bought a 2nd hand car with blaupunkt woodstock dab 54 car stereo, which is brilliant - but somtimes the buttons dont work & sometimes doesnt eject cd - then sometimes it does!
It wont play the memory card at all, reading as full... the stereo is connected to steering wheel buttons, which are unpredictable too.
I took it to a car audio specialist who said there weren't any Blaupunkt service centres in the UK, and it was difficult to get parts, so he thought it was a dead duck... I am in the West of Scotland and am looking for a service centre.
Have checked online for trouble-shooting, and also the manual, to no avail. It's such a good stereo, I don't really want to buy another without trying sort this one out.
Re: blaupunkt woodstock 54 has a mind of its own...
Ive got the same unit & they can be a bit unpredictable.Theres a way around it as the unit facilitates a 'NORMSET' feature which allows the user to reset the unit to basic settings as when it was first taken out of the box. Also the sd card you use can only be 1gb or less & has to be formatted in 16kb through windows XP or Vista. If you want to know more get back to me & I will talk you through it,it sounds like the units been corrupted by a sd card that wasn't formatted correctly as this happened to mine but now is sorted. The WOODSTOCK Range aren't made anymore,the latest version is the NASHVILLE,and I was advised that my unit may have had to go back to Germany for reprogramming as no-one really knows about them in the UK. However I sought advice and problem was rectified.
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The first thing is to consider what DAB signal quality you have there. It might not be strong enough. Digital radio is not like AM/FM, it simply goes off altogether if the signal is weak.
I would take it to the shop and ask for assistance, or get next to a DAB radio which does work well. Then recheck things like settings, tuning, and a good battery in it (I think that model is a smallish radio?)
Just had the same problem. Had a power cut in the area and it's wiped everything on my CR515. You need to reset it to the factory defaults.
On the actual stereo (not remote), switch it on, then hold the stop button followed by the on/off button. Clear will appear on the screen and it'll then turn itself off, When you turn it back on, it'll ask you to wait. Your DAB should be restored.
Bear in mind, this will reset all your presets and any other preferences you have set on your system. It should also, however, restore your DAB.
Is it an loud sharp sound which varies according to your speed? May be a power problem - crossing lines. Take it by an auto stereo shop and ask the installer. Make sure they sell your brand. Someone would have to hear the sound in order to fix the problem. Hope this helps!
Remove the secuirty panel from the front o f the unit.
with a small fine flat bladed screwdriver remove the two facia strips - one either side, CAREFULLY! they are on clips.
You should find four 10mm bolts holding the whole frame in, remove these and you may need to fit a subframe to re-fit your new unit.
Fit your new unit or frame into place, replace the bolts - don't over tightem them - and the trim.
Fit your new unit - Happy motoring!
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