I have a problem with my HDA-5460 - all of the front panel lights work, the deck plays mp3s, all of the buttons and switches seem to work, but the biolite display is blank.
Anyone seen this before, and know of any solutions?
Yep I have a solution what has happened which is common with hard drives is your file table has forgotten where the image / video files for the menu are located. I had to dissassemble my hard drive and have the data recovered. Good thing the hard drive was still working. With it apart I've now backed up the information on the drive so if I have to replace it I know how to do it now.
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Selecting the OSD Mode
Turn on the video monitor connected to this
Make sure the AMP mode is selected and
press ON SCREEN on the remote control
repeatedly to change the display mode.
The OSD mode changes in the following order: full
display, short display, and display off
Unfortunately the OS was corrupt and wasn't able to get it working. I have contacted alpine they want 70$ to get it reflashed with an os. If I do it I'll be making an image of it just incase this happens again.
When I try to play a DVD, operation seems normal, the unit makes a slight noise like the disk is rotating and "Loading" is displayed. Then after about 30 seconds the message "No Disk" is displayed. Then just the Polaroid screen is displayed. I have lost the remote control but surely the unit will play using the front panel buttons. One thing, only the remote is named as having a Setup Button in the manual but the unit has no such button.