Question about Pioneer AVIC-N1 Car DVD Player
I have a pioneer avic n1 the bottons on the faceplate do not work i have to use the remote and the screen just went blank does any1 have any idea how to fix this problem
You need a ribbon cable
Posted on Mar 27, 2007
Hello everyone. Pioneer will only replace the cable for free if you're the original owner and its under warranty. For other discounted AVIC repair services, please check out www.turbotunes.com. We fix any problem with your avic at very affordable rates.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
They said to ship it to them to repair it but you need to ship the head unit and the brain to determine if there is anything else wrong with it.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
Hey guys, my avic n2 also went blank screen. all you have to do is send the head unit and the hide away the pioneer. pioneer will fix it for free. i got mine back in less then a week. works perfectly now. so don't pay anyone to fix it. you just pay shipping one way. newbs
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
This was on another site.. I'm on hold with them right now.. January 3, 2007 Dear Valued Customer: Re: Upgraded Flex-Cable for Flip Screen in Navigation Models AVIC-N1 and AVIC-N2 We would like to inform you of a potential service issue with Pioneer's AVIC-N1 and AVIC-N2. If you are not experiencing any issues currently, there is no need to take immediate action because the one-time fix to resolve the issue will be available if an AVIC-N1 or AVIC-N2 later experiences the service issue. Importantly, the service issue does not pose any health or safety risk. Pioneer is aware of a potential issue with the flex-cable powering the flip screen to the AVIC-N1 and the AVIC-N2. After a number of power cycles, the cable has been observed to fail and cause the unit to malfunction (symptoms may include, but are not limited to, the flip-screen becoming blank) -- flex-cable failure can only be confirmed by Pioneer; standard service charges may apply for service issues not related to the flex-cable upgrade. This issue may affect almost all AVIC-N1 units and AVIC-N2 units. Please contact Pioneer at the number listed below if you have a question about whether your AVIC-N1 or AVIC-N2 unit is affected by this issue, or if a specific malfunction affecting your AVCI-N1 or AVIC-N2 is related to this issue. To address this issue, Pioneer is providing a one-time cable upgrade to consumers for their AVIC-N1 and AVIC-N2 at no charge to consumers for parts and labor. Pioneer will offer the free upgrade either upon request or automatically if an affected unit is serviced for another reason. Pioneer will exclusively perform the free cable upgrade for all units (i.e., no other service facility should perform the cable upgrade). If you own an AVIC-N1 or AVIC-N2 and you are experiencing the service issue, please contact Pioneer Customer Service toll free at 800-421-1603 to arrange for the cable upgrade. Pioneer service representatives are available Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Eastern Time). Customers who have paid for the cable upgrade are eligible for reimbursement of certain service costs if sufficient proof of service can be provided -- please contact Pioneer at the above-listed phone number for more information regarding reimbursement rules. Customers can also review FAQs regarding this service issue. Click here to view the FAQs. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this service issue may cause you, and we thank you for your cooperation and continued support of Pioneer. Sincerely, Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc.
Posted on Jun 13, 2007
I have had this happen also. Some of my buttons will work but just a couple. My problem started with the buttons going out. Then the screen went dim for about a week, week and a half. Then it just went out. I read that there is a bulb in the screen that can go out but I dont know what it is called or what it looks like. I called pioneer about this. And all they told me was to send it in for them to look at it and POSSIBLY fix it. ONLY for 200.00. Yeah right. I haven't even had this thing but a month or two over a year. Really i have bearly used it's not a daily driver car.
Posted on Jan 31, 2007
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