DVD goes through normal procedures and starts to play. However, after varying
(15 seconds to 5 minutes) moments the play stops, DVD freezes and
screen goes to an orange tint with black vertical lines. Unit will
eject and power off only using manual and/or remote. No other keys or
functions work. I have a back-seat power source (cigerette lighter) that doesn't work. I recently re-placed a 10A fuse for the front seat power outlet for an ipod. Could it be a fuse? A quick check showed no blown fuses - I think?? Thanks in advance for the help.
Hello, I realy dont tink the fuse have anything to with it. teh fuse is only to secure any item been plug wont short due to a bad connection. If I was you I would look for the nearest alpine repair shop and have it look at, the parts can be purchased at http://www.pacparts.com/cart.cfm?CFID=1793760&CFTOKEN=58711489. hope this help. JR
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The security, antitheft or lock picture/icon is a visual indication that something in the car's antitheft system is failing. In most GM cars and trucks there is a hidden system that most people are unaware even exists. From the moment you put your key in the ignition, there begins a constant line of communication between your key's security chip or transponder, to the ignition's lock cylinder, and then to the car's TDM (Theft Deterrent Module). These 3 parts are in CONSTANT communication. If the key is in the ignition, then these parts are sending signals to each other. The security light illuminates when that signal gets broken, even just for a second. When the signal breaks, the car misinterprets this as an attempt at theft and goes into antitheft mode. The car thinks its being stolen or hotwired because it is not getting that signal from YOUR specific key. This is why the security light turns on and shuts down your vehicle. This link explains it pretty well.
Dust inside the cd player could be causing problems.
You need to try playing a cleaning cd and follow the instructions that come with it. You can also spray compressed air to clean out the cd portion of the stereo. You can also try unplugging the unit for 20 minutes and then plug it back in. Make sure your cds are clean and not too scratched up. If the unit is under a year old it may still be under warranty. If this does not resolve the issue you may have to have the unit professionally repaired. If the unit is not worth repairing you may need to buy another unit.
The problem is most probably that you have a slow internet connection. Try pausing the video the moment it starts, waiting for say... 2-3 minutes and then hitting play. If it plays smoothly for a few seconds after you've done that, it would mean your internet connection is very poor and that is what is causing the problem. I hope I helped you with my answer!
Your problem is common in the RX-8. It occurs when you start a cold engine and shut it off before it reaches normal operating temperature. If your car does flood, you can first try depressing the accelerator completely and holding it (which shuts off the fuel pump) and then crank the motor for about 10 seconds (not longer or you may damage your starter). If this procedure above does not work, here is the technique a Mazda dealership will normally use (to be performed at your own risk): 1. Use jumper cables to connect to another car battery. 2. Unplug Air pump connector (the black circular motor housing to the left of the oil filler cap) 3. Take fuel pump fuse out (number 22, a 20 amp, 3 from the top of the second column of the fuse box 4. Crank for 4 seconds, pause for 2 seconds, repeat for about a minute 5. Leave for a minute 6. Crank for 4 seconds, pause for 2 seconds, repeat for about a minute 7. Put fuel pump fuse back in 8. Crank for up to 10 seconds, if it catches but doesn?t start, stop cranking 9. If not started go back to step 3 10. If started, wait 30 seconds for oil pressure to rise 11. Stand on throttle until white smoke stops coming out of the exhaust 12. Disconnect jump leads 13. Leave to warm up on idle for a few minutes 14. Put air pump connector back on (see note 3) 15. Go for a nice long drive to recharge the battery
Try this relearn procedure hopefully it will help Vehicles equipped with engine or transmission computers may require a relearn procedure after the vehicle battery is disconnected. Many vehicle computers memorize and store vehicle operation patterns for optimum driveability and performance. When the vehicle battery is disconnected, this memory is lost. The computer will use default data until new data from each key start is stored. As the computer memorizes vehicle operation for each new key start, driveability is restored. Vehicle computers may memorize vehicles operation patterns for 40 or more key starts. Customers often complain of driveability problems during the relearn stage because the vehicle acts differently then before being serviced. Depending on the type of vehicle and how it is equipped, the following complaints (driveability problems) may exist:
Harsh Or Poor Shift Quality Rough Or Unstable Idle Hesitation Or Stumble Rich Or Lean Running Poor Fuel Mileage
These symptoms and complaints should disappear after a number of drive cycles have been memorized. To reduce the possibility of complaints, after any service which requires battery power to be disconnected, vehicle should be road tested.
Ensure all components are connected. Ensure transmission fluid level is correct. Warm engine to normal operating temperature. If vehicle has been repaired, perform KOEO and Continuous Memory Code Self-Test and ensure fault codes are not present.
Computer Relearn Procedures
Idle Relearn Procedure
Place automatic transmission in Park or manual transmission in Neutral position. Ensure the emergency brake has been set and all accessories are turned off. Start engine and bring to normal operating temperature. Allow manual transmission vehicle to idle in Neutral for one minute. Allow automatic transmission to idle in Neutral for one minute and then to idle in Drive for one minute. Once initial relearn is complete, process will be completed during normal driving. Always complete the procedure before returning the vehicle to the customer.
Drive Cycle Test (AOD-E, AXOD & AXOD-E TRANSAXLES)
With transmission gear selector in Overdrive, moderately accelerate vehicle to 50 MPH for a minimum of 15 seconds. Transmission should be in 4th gear. While holding speed steady, lightly apply and release brake for about 5 seconds. Stop and park vehicle for a minimum of 20 seconds with transmission gear selector in Drive. Repeat procedure 5 times. Always complete the procedure before returning the vehicle to the customer.
Drive Cycle Test (E4OD)
With transmission gear selector in Drive, press Overdrive Cancel Switch (LED should light). Moderately accelerate vehicle to 40 MPH for a minimum of 15 seconds (30 seconds above 4000-ft. elevation) Transmission should be in 3rd gear. While holding speed steady, press Overdrive Cancel Switch (LED should go off) and accelerate from 40 MPH to 50 MPH. Transmission should shift from 3rd gear to 4th gear. Hold speed steady for 15 seconds. While holding speed steady, lightly apply and release brakes enough to turn brake lights on. Maintain 50 MPH for about 5 seconds. Stop vehicle for a minimum of 20 seconds with transmission gear selector in Drive. Repeat procedure 5 times. Always complete the procedure before returning the vehicle to the customer.
You probably need to reset your DVD/VCR/Combo. Go to www.samsung.com. Go to <Support>. In the search box, type in the model of your DVD/VCR/Combo. Or type in, >how to reset DVD/VCR/Combo<. Each model has different reset method and there are hundreds of models!
853. How To Reset Your Samsung DVD Player
STEP 1. DVD Reset List Samsung DVD
players have a built-in reset procedure that resets the DVD player to the
factory defaults. You can use the reset procedure to reset settings that
don’t work with your TV or to resolve issues such as unit lock up. To run the
reset procedure, you press one or more buttons on the front of the DVD player
and hold them for at least fifteen seconds. The buttons your press depend on
the model you have. Important: For the reset
procedure to work, you must press the buttons on the front of the player, not
on the remote control for the player. Below is a list
of all Samsung DVD players and the buttons to press to run the reset
procedure. DVD511 - Stop
/ Play DVD611 - Stop
/ Play DVD709 - Stop
Many, many other models follow but cannot be listed here because of this site's text limitations.
:: Remote Control Overview 1 POWER Press to power the DVD+VCR on or off. 2 TRK+/- While a tape is playing, press to manually adjust tracking (i.e., to remove white lines from the screen). 3 0-9 Use to select channels and set menu items. 4 SKIP/F.ADV Press to skip ahead in one-minute increments, up to 5 minutes, during VCR playback. Press to advance one frame at a time in Pause mode. 5 SHUTTLE <</>> Press the 4 and 6 buttons to scan forward and backward at variable speeds. 6 MODE/REPEAT Press to set the Play Mode to Random or Programmed Play. Also press to set the Repeat Mode to Title, Chapter/ Track, or A/B Repeat (DVD only). 7 ZOOM Press to zoom in at 2 or 4 times normal magnification (DVD only). 8 100+/3D SOUND Press to select cable channels 100 and above. Also press to activate the 3D Sound feature, which creates the illusion of surround sound with only two speakers (DVD only). 9 DVD Press to set the remote control to operate the DVD deck. 10 MUTE Press to turn audio on or off. 11 VOL +/- Press to adjust the volume. 12 STOP J Press to stop playback. 13 REW AA In DVD mode, press to skip to the previous track. In VCR mode, press to rewind the tape. Press and hold to scan backward during playback. 14 REC F Press once to start recording in the VCR deck. Press repeatedly to add recording time in 30-minute increments. 15 ARROW KEYS Y/B/A/" Press to navigate in the menu system, see page 15. 16 SETUP/ENTER Press to display the DVD+VCR menu system and confirm menu settings. 17 SP/SLP/TITLE Press to set the VCR record speed to SP (Standard Play) or SLP (Super Long Play). SLP is three times longer than SP. Also press to display DVD title menus (for discs with multiple titles only)
VCR is set with blank tape..Bring up vcr control on TV with television set on Chanel #3, go to menu
Follows procedure for progamming date,time start,time finish,chanel and.speed and single recording.finally click on menu and turn vcr off. Vcr lights indicate set for taping,,.Does no start to tape at requested time and lights indication taping ready stays on ??????