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Unresponsive Remote Control

Everytime a button is hit on the remote that came with the deck, not only does it not perform the selected action (such as playing a DVD) but it also flashes "7_U" on the Main Function Display. I have tried everything I could think of, especially messing around with the batteries, and the manual doesn't seem to address this dilemma of mine either. Does anyone know what "7_U" might stand for or mean and what I can do to get my remote to respond again? Thanks.

Posted by mat mcginnis on

  • mat mcginnis Jun 02, 2007

    tried that, nothing happened.

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Unplug the deck. It's a cold reboot.

Posted on May 31, 2007

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Did you try unplugging the deck? Its like a cold reboot.

Posted on May 31, 2007

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