Question about Pioneer DEH-P3000 CD Player
It is installed in our Jeep. We recently got caught in a rainstorm. The stereo was off at the time, but it got wet and eventually came on by itself.. the lights flashed a couple of times and then I turned it off again. Now it is malfunctioning. The remote does not work, it will not search for channels, or let us change to a different preset channel, etc. It will turn on and the radio plays one of the preset channels that shows when you turn it on. Do you think it is fixable?
There would not have been any problem if you could have swittched off power to the set immediately when it got water logged. Now there is a possibilty that some of your sensitive electronics have got shorted with the conductivity of water. If you are lucky then follow this: take the set out and taken the panels and the main unit out. remove carefully without any damage while removing. use a hair dryer and carefully use to expell moisture. please do not overheat but use it in intervals for about 12 hours. assemble the set after your inspection shows total dryness. If you notice any while smears of electrolysis, then use petrol to dry the PCB but do NOT use in Plastics, mechanism or panel display. Reassemle and test. Good luck. Good day
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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