I connected the pioneer ipod interface and now nothing turns on. When I disconnected the interface I still get nothing. No power what so ever. Everything is connected like it was before, but now it doesn't work.
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Generally speaking, if you have connected it to a power source when it has completly drained it should display 'Please Wait, Very Low Battery' (without the backlight). If it does, leave it until that message disappears. Pressing the play button should now wake it. However, If you have been charging it for a while and nothing has been displayed the battery my be dead all together. With the iPod connected press the Select and Menu Buttons together until an Apple symbol appears (non-backlit) it should then startup. If it turns off when disconnected from the power then you have a dead battery. If none of that solve it I offer a repair service at a very low cost.
To my knowledge, ERROR 19 on a Pioneer DEH series indicates failure on the USB connection. This is usually reserve for an iPod direct connection. If you are using such a device, pls:
check the Pioneer CD-IU50 USB Interface Cable;
reset the iPod;
disconnect the iPod and try again;
reset the Pioneer by removing the yellow and red connections. Pls note that some versions would require a security code when reconnected. Pls have this ready if and when your particular unit has a security/anti-theft feature;
reference page 32 of the manual.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.
Have the speakers disconnected and turn on unit. If it still shuts down due to thermal protection the amplifier IC pack is damaged. Amplifier IC is tied to one side of the power supply by design. The left channel is probably shorted at the MOSFET on the pack. Nothing you can do but have it serviced. This is a common PIONEER failure.