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Have you checked to see if there is a firmware update? You might need to reset back to factory but you will loose any items you put in.
Factory reset by:
1 Turn off the power using ON/STANDBY.
2 Press ON/STANDBY while simultaneously pressing PRESET CHANNEL 2 and PRESET CHANNEL 3.
3 Once the display starts flashing at intervals of about 1 second, release the two buttons
Did sound for a southern gospel group, using a yorkville powered mixer.
Not familiar with your mixer, but, on the Yorkville I had an unused 1/4"
line level output with the monitor mix on it. I bought a cigar-sized,
3-channel headphone amplifier / splitter from Radio Shack, called a
Boosteroo. Has 1/8" stereo plug that I adapted to the mono output, with a
1/8" stereo to 1/4" mono adaptor. It receives the line level (monitor
in our case) signal and supports up to qty 3 - 1/8" plug headphones.
Battery operated. No volume control, so I added an inline dial
(rheostat) volume control cable. Can't pull up on Radio Shack, now, but, found it available, elsewhere, online. Worked great for me!
Good Luck SdDude
Pull it all out again and start again, starting with just the bass module and left and right speakers, plug in the fm radio antenna, and tune it in if necessary. work with the radio first, then when you get that working, plug all of the other speakers in, then try a dvd, after that continue plugging in any other connections you may have i.e set top box etc. Good Luck!
The only place to get it is from the Dealer's service dept. If you are the original owner of the vehicle, look in the glovebox or your owners manual. It's written on a card about the size of a business card. Every vehicle's code is different, based on the Vehicle's ID number. Hope this helps
Use a Laser Lens Cleaner. Run it thru the player a couple times. Use one that has fluid with it, you can find them at any electronics retailer for 15-20. If it still has the same problem, the only thing to do is send it for repair, they will replace the transport. Average cost of 125-175 on a changer. Hope this helps
I just had the same problem tonight. My wife figured it out. The system password is 'BOSE', which is 2673 from the telephone keypad. Enter 2673 and this will unlock the default system password. My old 321 system also lost it's FM presets, so I think the original CMOS battery died on it's motherboard.
This cable is called a composite cable. You will use the yellow for video and the red and white for audio. your best bet would be to us an S video cable if your tv is set up for that. If so then you would use the S video and only the red and white for the audio because S video does not carry audio it only carries a video signal
This may sound stupid but have you replaced the batteries in the remote? In either case if the remote is a universal remote (has different buttons usually across the top to select different devices) then the manual should give codes to reprogram it. If you cannot get it working with new batteries and reprogramming then the remote might have gone bad. If the remote does appear to be bad then I would just buy a new universal remote and program it for your equipment since they are not very expensive.