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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hmmm same situation......but this is what I found out in my investigating.
I found the main unit under the passenger seat - oh DVD player .... fail - didn't recognise 3 types of DVD's I had.
I tried a music CD and the music list came up - but couldn't hear it - I know it has some sound capacity though.
I figured out that when in TV mode and you can tap the screen and a menu comes up > hold the button that shows on the very left down, and it seems to auto tune - but failing on any channels in Auckland (hmm thought can I use my iphone and Belkin FM reciever to send TV to it - will let you know how that pans out).
Top right button seems to toggle with TV/Backing camera/DVD/Some cartridge
And the only manuals I could find was this this - part 2
guide part only - as each page is a seperate PDF
That folks is where I am at - I am going to see if there anything reusable or you just get rid of it.
bit more research found only some PDF's which I would need translating.
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
SOURCE: I have recently purchased a
Try to press and hold the button on the lower right side corner now if that doesn't work the unit shouldve come with a power wire which also serves as a charger to the battery.
If it doesn't turn on still I think the battery is dead and it needs to be charged using that power wire, now if the accessories did not come with it better contact the guys where you bought it from or get another GPS device for your car.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 22, 2011
No, that model was never intended for use outside of Japan.
Either remove it and replace it with another system or ignore it and buy a standalone satnav system (always cheaper and easier to update/replace).
Posted on Sep 28, 2011
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