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Helen Orchard Posted on Jul 22, 2007

Pioneer DVD Player DV-360 stopped working

Having not had my player connected for a couple of months I came to reconnect it and use it and it appers to have developed a fault. It turns on ok and says 'welcome' and then 'pioneer' in the display but does not repond and the word 'pioneer' remains on the display. Any ideas? Thanks

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Try pressing the next >> button whilt switching on the unit from the stand by button, keep pressing and see if it changes from NTSC to PAL. This is applied so to see if the CPU is faulty or not, to try wake him up and search other internal routines. Patrick

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