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Head unit not fully functional

I have the avic -2 and the front removable head unit is not working properly. I can not control the tilt ( + or - ) of the screen. The source button does not work. The only buttons that work on the head unit is the volume dial and the eject button. I can however control most functions using the touch screen. HELP!!!!

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  • jm11106 May 25, 2008

    Ok I tried disconecting all power source except the battery. Ill try that now thanks

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Well there may be a loose connection on the board or a short in the circuitry. The first thing to do is try to reset it by disconnecting it from all power sources which could mean disconnecting your battery if needed

Posted on May 25, 2008

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri May 25, 2008

    Let me know how disconnecting it goes and then we can try further options

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri May 25, 2008

    Can you think of any reason that this might have started happening. Was it bump at all or anything else happen to it? Did this problem occur during use or just when you started to use it?

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