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Hiace2222

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Omega flat battery
« on: 20 June 2018, 17:14:57 »

Battery went flat and obviously the radio is “safe “ , fitted new battery and left ignition on still
Showing safe ???? The radio is a standard cdr2005 Siemens vdo any ideas
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Re: Omega flat battery
« Reply #1 on: 20 June 2018, 17:45:24 »

Ign on (important)
Radio off (important)
Press and hold AS, and turn radio on via its on/off switch (not via ign)
When it beeps almost instantly, release AS, and whack in code using buttons 1-4, then press and hold AS until it beeps


If it doesn't accept code, don't repeat, as clearly you have wrong code, and you'll get yourself in further trouble.
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Re: Omega flat battery
« Reply #2 on: 20 June 2018, 19:24:24 »

Battery went flat and obviously the radio is “safe “ , fitted new battery and left ignition on still
Showing safe ???? The radio is a standard cdr2005 Siemens vdo any ideas


Nothing on your post  says you have tried to enter the code though :-\ :-\

But if you have & it did not accept it . . .probably wrong code. . as TB says  each attempt will get you an ever increasing  wait before you can attempt it again.  You have up to 10 attempts I believe   . . then you are in trouble with it   :'( :'(
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Re: Omega flat battery
« Reply #3 on: 23 June 2018, 23:34:59 »

Ign on (important)
Radio off (important)
Press and hold AS, and turn radio on via its on/off switch (not via ign)
When it beeps almost instantly, release AS, and whack in code using buttons 1-4, then press and hold AS until it beeps


Tried that and it worked , thanks
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Re: Omega flat battery
« Reply #4 on: 24 June 2018, 10:55:11 »

Ign on (important)
Radio off (important)
Press and hold AS, and turn radio on via its on/off switch (not via ign)
When it beeps almost instantly, release AS, and whack in code using buttons 1-4, then press and hold AS until it beeps


Tried that and it worked , thanks

Splendid  . . . .  well done  . . . .another satisfied customer   ;D ;D ;D
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