Question about Pioneer AVIC-N1 Car DVD Player
Start by checking from the fuse to the player. if this seems right there could be a possible failure of the flexible cord that moves along with the panel . Normally this get cut and the fault come on without any notice. you will need to detach the set and test the continuity of the cord from the main unit to the panel. If not Also check for loading motor drive, drive ic. orr faultor dry/loose connections in the main board. remove carefully to test one by one. Helpful? Good day
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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