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Old 08-12-2005, 09:33 AM   #1
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I have Model XTR1 installed in Nissan Altima. It stopped working and therefore need help fixing the problem.

When plugged in the power, the unit comes on with SIRIUS displayed and keeps blinking. The menu does not come on and therefore not able to use it.

If any one has any ideas I might be able to try, please let me know.

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Old 08-12-2005, 09:08 PM   #2
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Hmm. Mine does that too every now and then. Blinks "Sirius" and then restarts. Its seems to always happen after I move it from one cradle to another. It might have something to do with a low signal too. Anyway, it usually resolves itself after I wait a few minutes and get the antenna right.

I know that doesn't help, but at least you know its not just you.
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When it restarts you don't have it in the cradle correctly, or it isn't getting enough juice in the case of the powerpod. Either way, it's an issue with power, not usually a faulty unit.
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It does not do anything other than to flash bold SIRIUS on the whole screen. I was wondering if it has any thing to do with antena.

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So it's not restarting over and over, but rather just staying on the Sirius logo? If so, then in that case, yes you do have a bad unit. It has nothing to do with the antenna.
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