Question about JVC Sirius KD-G700 CD Player

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Head Unit going goofy

I've had the KD-G700 Cd player for a few years now with no real issues. Last week (Nice hot day) the buttons on the faceplate seem to be reassigning themselves randomly. Ex. The Eject button starts tilting the face, the Skip Left button changes from FM1 to FM2 etc., The FM button goes into the Mode function. I tried resetting with the tiny button on the front with a pen and it kept doing the same thing. Help?

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  • Anonymous May 29, 2008

    THE BUTTONS ON THE FACE KEEP CHANGING FUNCTIONS. POWER BUTTON CHANGES TO MODE BUTTON. SKIPPING TRACKS DOES NOT WORK WHILE THE POWER BUTTON IS DOING THE MODE BUTTON'S WORK.

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Anonymous

I had the same problem -- just a glitch with the system. usually fixes itself pretty quickly

how the hell do u set the clock though?

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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Anonymous

Everything is connected..and the power button for the cd player comes on and is lit on the faceplate but nothing happens,no screen lit up or anything..what could it be?

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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If the unit has a removable face take a pencil eraser and try shining up the little contacts on the back of the face and the radio. See if that cleaning helps.

Posted on Jun 29, 2007

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