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I feel your pain, I am in the same position. After endless mucking around I finally figured it out. By the way, this is for my model P10034AP.
Press these buttons: -
Cancel [to abort anything currently underway]
Clock [to set the time]
Cancel [to clear the time allowing input]
nnnn [the 4 numbers HH:MM in 24 hour time]
Clock [to set the new time]
Hope that helps :)
Cheers Jonathan Barton
If there are only partial images and some are blank, the unit itself is failing and requires replacement. There is no "fix" for this kind of display using LCDs. Try Silverstar recycling in CA and can be found on the internet. They carry all kinds of good stuff for Mercedes/Porsche at resonible prices and will ship.
i had this same problem, so i figured, "what the hell?" i might as well open the dvd drive up and clean it out. so i looked for how to video for taking apart my 360 and opening the dvd drive on you tube( this voids your warantee of course) and i cleaned all the dust out with compressed air and swabs dipped in alchohol. this worked for me so i hope it works for you.
Mine was doing exactly the same, driving me nuts... Finally, I was trying EVERYTHING, and went into the menu and set the clock and date. I put the tape in, pressed it down where it says to press, the tape loaded normally and As oddball nuts as it sounds, it immediately began to work like normal. I havn't been able to get it to do anything but eject and flash that stupid "R", for months. Hope it helps...