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I called alpine and they said to unplug the main power cord from the unit and to leave it unplugged for a couple of minutes. This would cause a hard reset. I unplugged it for a couple of minutes and then plugged it back in and the same thing happened. Then I unplugged it for about 20 minutes, came back and plugged it in and it came back to life. It initially said installing new software, but the logo then came up and it started working normally. Alpine also said that if that didn't work I could send it in and it would cost $109 to fix it. Free is always better than $109. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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