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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
One of the common causes is a small crack in the ribbon cable that connects the optics assembly to the PC board. This cable is moved all the time when the optics move and when the assembly turns over. This is not a repair I would recommend to a novice. The cable is still available last time I checked and is simple to replace for anyone that has worked on these before. The tray must be removed to do this and it is tricky to re-align properly. I think the cable runs between $20-$30.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
You can check with the Pioneer store online. Here is a link to the manual that I believe you are looking for:
Pioneer Electronics USA Inc Parts Accessories Online Part Number VRB1120...
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