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Disc read error

I have the avic-n1. the unit worked before the battery was disconnected. know upon power up the unit powers up, and when you insert the nav. discs, the unit reads ( please insert apporiate disc again. ) so ive reset the unit , pulled the fuses and reinstalled everything and the same thing happens. any idea?

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  • dusterl7 Aug 12, 2008

    avic 2 wont read the nav discs its is stuck everytime i turn it on it says pleas insert the approprate disc only the radio works it had a back uo camera when i put in revers the no longer works also i reset the unit it still says the same thing

  • tailwind33 Feb 24, 2009

    I have a avic n1 and will work for about 20 min dvd or map-then reads disc error what do i need to do-i have reset it a few times,will work sometimes,thanks

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Please help!! I have the same problem..my email address is ntalampas03@yahoo.ca
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I do have the solution, I paid for the information but I will forward it for free just send me your email address, it really does work if you follow the instructions carefully. My email address is bbjeanne2000@yahoo.com

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How to fix that problem..

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