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maybe its old already, need to buy a new one of resetting is not helpful at all ;(

Pioneer... | Answered on Jun 26, 2018

Its better to cancelled the password features, press stop for 10 secs. while turning it ON.

Pioneer... | Answered on May 28, 2018

Dial +1-800-204-4427 and Get end of support information for Windows XP and find out what you need to know to upgrade to Windows 10 or find a new PC.

Pioneer... | Answered on May 05, 2018

The module is a complete item and when replaced needs to be paired with the rest of the system using the Service Remote Controller.
I am pretty sure it is obsolete.

Pioneer... | Answered on Feb 14, 2018

Maybe the DVD not support this speed!

Pioneer DVR-107D... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

I can't find your TV model to have a look at the manual. Normally you'd use a 3-plug RCA cable (Red, White, Yellow) to connect the audio and video outputs of the DVR to an RCA input on the TV. Then, hoping you have RCA OUTPUTS from the TV, you'd use a 2-plug RCA cable to take an Audio OUT from the TV into one of the receiver's Audio inputs (assuming you want to play TV sound through the receiver.
If you have no RCA inputs on the TV, you can get an RCA to HDMI Converter from Amazon for $10-$15 to convert the output of the DVD player from 3-plug RCA to HDMI, then put that into one of the HDMI inputs on the TV. Likewise, if you have only an OPTICAL audio output from the TV you can get a converter for that -- Optical audio to RCA stereo -- and put that into your receiver as an input.

Pioneer... | Answered on Jan 20, 2018

This has happened to me many times. After a player sits for a while, the lens that reads the discs can get a film/patina on it, especially if there has been cigarette smoke around it.

Try this:

Take a q-tip with rubbing alcohol on it (almost none, like dip it and squeeze most out with your fingers). Then, very GENTLY, with almost NO pressure, wipe the lens with a circular motion for a few seconds. Then, flip the q-tip over and dry the lens with a circular motion for a few seconds. Then, quickly blow on the lens to dry it and remove any remaining q-tip fibers/debris (don't spit, lol).

This has worked for me many times. If you can't access the lens from/through the disc door, you'll have to open the unit, in which case you could also blow out all of the dirt/dust with a spray can of air or small air compressor first.

Also, if the player is an older player, and some of the discs are not store bought (like ones that you burned yourself), some might not play because your burn technology was/is more advanced than your player.

Good luck.

Pioneer... | Answered on Jan 16, 2018

To get firmware/manual/information for your BDR-207DBK, go here:

Good luck.

Pioneer... | Answered on Jan 13, 2018

If you have access to a car battery charger or other 12 volt battery source, you can twist the 12 volt memory and accessory wires together (yellow and red) and attach those to the positive voltage source. Connect the ground wire (black) to the negative source. This will allow you to turn on the unit. Now, you need to have a sound source, and at least one small speaker to test with. Use a CD (simplest) or USB stick with music, or bluetooth enabled phone, whichever will work with your radio to provide music. If you have a bookshelf stereo speaker, or even an old speaker from an alarm clock that should work fine. With your radio powered on, music playing, volume turned up to a moderate level, touch each of the radio's 4 speaker channel's wires to your speaker and make sure you hear sound. If you don't have a car battery charger handy, you can also use an electric drill battery but be sure you know which battery terminal is positive and which is negative before you connect your radio. Another source of 12 volt power may be any number of power adapters that plug into an AC outlet, but you will need to proceed with caution. Check the back of the outlet and note the DV power output, as well as the current output (measured in amperes, or denoted with "mA" or "A". You will need a few amps (not milliamps) to turn on the radio, and at least 12 volts. You'll have to cut and strip the wires, so it's important to know which is positive and which is negative before connecting your radio to the wires. Again, please exercise extreme caution. Do not short the wires together or connect them to your radio in reverse once the adapter is plugged in. Do not perform ANY wire work while the adapter is plugged into the wall.

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Pioneer... | Answered on Jan 09, 2018

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