Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
Not a very likely scenario unless you have some good electronic troubleshooting skills. Sometimes it is the touchscreen itself, but it can also be the circuitry that drives the touchscreen. Taking them apart can also be a very tricky job. One mistake can cost you lots of extra money at the repair center. It is not a wise thing to try and fix electronics without some knowledge of how the circuits work and without the proper test equipment. I have been repairing car audio systems for nearly 18 years and have seen many people bring in things they thought they could fix themselves and it almost always would have been cheaper for them if they just brought it in to begin with.
Let me know if you need any help.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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