Question about Televison & Video
Error 3.3 is an internal error caused by overheating. Some internal components might have gone faulty.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
There is no mention o error 3.3 in service manuals. The problem is however common and it is often reported as associated with overheating.
If the unit is freezing, common problems are related to overheating or to software faults.
I can be more specific if you give me the complete model of the unit.
If the unit is less of one year old, also remember to call Pioneer at the number listed on manual. The repair will be done by Pioneer.
Please let me know model of the unit. Most Pioneer units do not show error codes on display, in that case the number may refer to firmware or software revision, rather than to an error code.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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