Re: Question for radio panasonic CQ-Vd70001U Need Sercue...
Ok i just paid some authorized panasonic dude $40 to fix this problem, it was so simple i couldnt bare to see another person ripped out of $40..... all you do is power up the unit so it comes up to the code screen, then the $40 fix is, hold down the toggle button on the bottom right side till it resets takes 10-15 seconds..... YAY!!!
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You need the remote control that goes with this DVD player to make it work it has two security devices. One you remote, you must push the power button on the remote the first time you use it. Two the security code, it is a four digit code that must be entered anytime that the device is installed into a different car. If it's code is not setup yet the code is 0000, otherwise you need to get the code from the person that installed it. There is no way to bypass the these two steps.
I had the same problem before. I thought the mechanic broke my radio. The power button will not work on the radio, right? I couldn't turn it on or off, but the blue lights stayed on all the time. What I found out is that I had to put a new battery in my remote because it died at the exact same time. Crazy, huh? But anyways, you have to use the power button on the remote or else it will stay black forever. Once you turn the unit on with the remote, it will prompt you to enter your password. Like guest said before, if you didn't set your password before, then the default code is 0000. I hope you get that thing working!! -kev