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Hold the track button to the right for 10 sec. and it will auto enter it self, get the code. Then go to the ID code menu and enter a new one.

Good luck and let me know!!

Car Audio &... | Answered 14 hours ago


Step 1 Turn the device off, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back on again. This process will clear out any software errors that are causing the touchscreen to malfunction. If the touchscreen still doesn't work, remove the device's battery, if possible, wait ten seconds and then put it back in.
Step 2 Remove both the SIM and memory cards from the device, if the device accepts such cards, and then turn the device off and back on again. Sometimes errors in these cards can cause devices to malfunction.
Step 3 Check your device's documentation to see if there is a way to manually recalibrate the screen. This process will either be done through the "Settings" or "Tools" menus, for those devices that have an alternative method of input, or by holding a combination of buttons while you turn the device on, for those devices that only have the touchscreen for input.
Step 4 Upgrade the device's software to the latest version, if possible. Many devices come with software for your computer that will allow you to connect the device and update the software. Often, this process will resolve existing software errors that may be causing the touchscreen to stop responding.
Step 5 Clean the device's contacts and screen using isopropyl alcohol and a small brush. Turn the device off before you clean it.
Step 6 Perform a hard reset as a last resort. This reset will erase everything you have added to the device and return its software and settings to their factory defaults. Even with an unresponsive touchscreen, most devices will have a way to perform this reset either through PC software or by holding a combination of buttons while turning the device on. Consult your device documentation to determine the exact process for performing a hard reset on your device.
Step 7 Contact the manufacturer for your device if the touchscreen is still unresponsive after your troubleshooting attempts. The manufacturer may have additional steps to take that are specific to your device, and if your device is still under warranty you should be able to get a replacement through their customer service division.
Warnings
  • If you have the right tools and are willing to risk voiding your warranty, you can also open the device and scrub down the control board using the small brush and isopropyl alcohol.
  • Many manufacturers offer free telephone support, but some will charge for the service. Check your product documentation before you contact support to know if you will be charged for the service.

Required Items

  • Isopropyl alcohol
  • Small brush

References

Sound Storm... | Answered 3 days ago


it appears to be a slide switch having been operated with a screw driver. The PCB has some damage, but if it is just a single sided board it can probably be fixed. The first thing is finding a switch.
I am guessing a PC Mount DPDT slide switch. You can find those in a lot of places. But they come in different physical sizes so you would have to apply the measurements to your search. That one appears to have a metal case with 4 corner tabs. You may or may not need that. Aliexpress may be a good place to look as Digikey or Mouser may cost more in shipping. If the circuit is also torn up, you will need to carefully repair that. The holes need to be cleaned out first to allow mounting. If you don't know how to solder, you will have to learn and practice otherwise you may make it unrepairable.

Pioneer Car... | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


You may download the HP software here.

USA Spec... | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


something to do with fuel pump

Pioneer Car... | Answered on Dec 03, 2019


Page 13 says it is activated by the user. It tells you to treasure the code. Ask the last user. Take it to a Kenwood Service centre. Try a reset as shown on Page 3 of the manual.

http://manual.kenwood.com/files/B64-4039-00_K.pdf

Kenwood Car... | Answered on Dec 03, 2019


At the back of the car in the boot there is a Cover on the side. Take that off and you will see a wire's There will be a white Connector that is this is the Aux port and AV port. I made RCA connections on them and works fine. Can not do video when driving which is a pain. email if you want info as i have it on a Word Doc, I have the same car.

Car Audio &... | Answered on Dec 02, 2019


I have NDDN-W57 DVD Player in TOYOTA, the language is japanes

It will be very helpful if you give me English SOFTWARE

Toyota Car Audio... | Answered on Dec 01, 2019


Hi,
I want
Ford fiesta 2009 India model
Music player code
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Ford Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 30, 2019


Removal of the player is the first step. Now, you have to disassemble it sufficiently to get the errant disc back into the magazine. You will want to remove the magazine after the disc has been returned to check for damaged parts. Otherwise, the problem will happen again.

Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 30, 2019


Tap where the time is displayed. It toggles 12/24 hr

Kenwood DNX690HD | Answered on Nov 30, 2019


Jason, links to manual below.

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Pioneer Car... | Answered on Nov 29, 2019


VIDEO CARD READER OF UNIT IS BAD YOU HAVE TO FIND A TECH SUPPORT WITH KENWOOD TO FIX

Kenwood Car... | Answered on Nov 29, 2019

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