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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The 2 din unit you have have sounds to me like you need to re set the unit.(if no re set button is present you will need to disconnect the ISO or other leads then re connect them)
If this fails you may have a problem with the internal power supply and this will need to be fixed by an audio engineer.
You do not say if the unit had any problems before the unit failed.
It is worth noting that large 2 din units i have seen have a problem from the PCB to the ISO connector but this is inside the unit.
The problem was that the soldering on the PCB was quite weak and this did lead to the connection becoming hot and the PCB etching lifting from the PCB.
This may not be the case in your unit but it is indeed prudent to have the unit looked at by an audio engineer but this will cost quite a bit so if you have a warranty use it.
Posted on Sep 25, 2012
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