Question about Pioneer (AVD-W6210) 6.5 in. Car Monitor
I must touch to the left of whatever button I want so I am unable to use the touchscreen. For example I cannot enter the letter A when spelling a street name because the system thinks I am pushing B. Since the letter A is on the far left of the screen, I cannot choose it. To choose C I have to push B, etc. I tried resetting the system with the reset button and have read all the manuals but there is no troubleshooting for screen calibration. Any ideas?
Hi, You set the screen so its all the way down and hold down the dvd eject then the reset button for a few seconds, then let off of the reset button, keep the eject button held down for another few seconds. Then the screen will say press reset. instead using the joystick, press up,up,down,down then push it in at the center. It will come up with options. the first one is touch screen test. using the joystick click on that one and do the calibration test. You will then have to trace the outline of the screen, while you are on the right side of it, trace it short to make up for the buttons on the right side. when you finish push the joystick in. it will say "settings ok" then go down to the 4th one, i think, and it will say something like test calibration settings and go to that one. It should say that the settings were saved. After that shut the key off and turn it back on and it should be good to go.
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
1. Take disc out. 2. Press and hold eject and push the reset button. (don't release the eject button 'till screen closes and opens again. 3. Sceen will ask you to push reset.(don't) 4. With right knob... up,up,down,down,push 5. Perform steeps 1,2,3,and 4 only: The first outlines the screen The second has you push hash marks The third verifys The fourth Saves 6. Use "Band" buton for "back" 7. Press reset Be carefull......
Posted on Sep 10, 2007
SOURCE: Touch Screen Calibration Wrong
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Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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