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AVIC-N2 Head Unit retraction problems

My AVIC N2 wont retract the little bit that it supposed to when the LCD screen first comes out. I just had the flex cable replaced and the unit works fine now it just wont retract like before

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I don't know if this will help. Try going into the A.Menu, Go into Setup menu, And it should be set Back flap on.

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