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Pioneer Inno Gex-INNO2BK stuck in re-boot cycle

My Pioneer INNO2BK is stuck in the boot-up cycle. It restarts the cycle at the powering up screen and repeats until it is placed in the Home cradle.
This also happens in the car cradle. It does not aquire a satelitte signal durning this process.

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I fixed the reboot cycleing problem by plugging the travel charger into the jack that also fits the home and car cradle. I had the Inno set to auto start when it was powered on in the car cradle. The travel plug must have over-ridden the auto-start setting and allowed it to finish the complete bootup. I then reset the Inno default settings and every thing was back to normal. I do not know what was the original cause of the rebooting cycle problem

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