Question about Car Audio & Video
only 1 reason for that faults :
there is a flat connects the top panel which has all the controls with the other circutes in the stereo...
so you have to open it and care for the cd unit it damage easily then check the flat for loseness or cuts
it happened to me also and that works perfectly
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
For the manual for this unit head to this page
However im pretty sure you actually use the volume or tune/seek to change the numbers then when changed to what you woudl liek again simply hit the main button you used to get into the clock setting originally,
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Check the video cable first.
Try connecting to a different computer.
If the cable is not causing the problem, then you have a faulty LCD controller board or a defective input signal board (the one where you hook up VGA/DVI cable). The LCD panel ribbon cable must also be tested or replaced.
PSU, Inverter and LCD panel are not faulty for sure.
Posted on May 28, 2009
I'm not the most technical person in the world but I think I've fixed mine which had the same problem this afternoon, which is how I came to find your message!
Right.. here's what I did. It would appear that you have some kinda mechanism jam (even if there's no disc in it), so... please excuse my non-techie terminology throughout.
By the way, I probably don't need to tell you this but unplug the unit from the mains first or you might light up if you touch something!
Working with the unit facing you (control side), remove the two small screws at the back (on the metal flange) and two medium screws from the right hand and left hand sides of the main casing, then slide it off from front to back so that you can see inside the recorder. If you look in and down at the CD tray transport mechanism you should see a white plastic 'cog' wheel on the left hand side of the unit near the bottom 'floor' of the machine. Carefully rotate this wheel with a finger CLOCKWISE (pushing the wheel from front to back), slowly and gently - don't force it - and you should see the CD tray mechanism and gubbins start to move; keep rotating until the tray comes right out, or as far as you think it goes. Then, plug the unit back in, and switch on - the tray SHOULD then be taken back into the machine, the red light will flash, and the display should come on. As I say, mine has, so try it and I hope it works for you!
All the best (we'll beat these damn machines yet!)
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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