Question about Car Audio & Video
All I could find out about this problem, is that the screen's reverting to "stow-away mode". It could be doing it because of a problem with the touch screen (intermittent sensor connectors). The screen is TFT, and can also have damage if bumped, but from what I've read about these type of problems, it's often the touch sensor connection in the display. There are YouTube Videos about repairing touch screens, and I saw a couple on the ipods, which is a similar system. It's quite a process, but can be done with disassembly and a heat gun. Your problem could also be a slightly loose ribbon connector, with just enough intermittence to default the cpu to the stow-away mode. If the reset isn't working, it's either the screen or a ribbon connector, and those are easy to reseat, after you get the unit apart.
If you do get it serviced, get an estimate first. Then you'll know whether or not you want to try it yourself, or go another route.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
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