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philip1972



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Is this what has shagged my radio?

Since I did the BT bypass all has been well in the audio dept, but this morning got the flashing button and Land Rover logo-nothing else.

Been pulling the fibre optic leads out one by one, and the unit below has the fibre optic light going in, but nothing coming out. Is that the issue?

(I did try to bypass that module but it still didnt work, but then it moght need that module to work).


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Post #653886 18th Jan 2023 2:06pm
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Phoenix



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That's the TMC receiver, I wouldn't have thought it was un-bypassable but you never know... Has it got power to it?

Post #653902 18th Jan 2023 4:16pm
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philip1972



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You were right-I did it wrong the first time! Now working-thank you

Any idea what the TMC does?

Post #653937 18th Jan 2023 8:23pm
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philip1972



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Traffic Message Channel-I dont think I need that anymore.

Post #653938 18th Jan 2023 8:25pm
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Phoenix



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I always found it worked better in EU than UK, it's an overlay on the Nav. screen so even if you're still using the Nav. it won't / shouldn't cause any issues.

Post #653942 18th Jan 2023 8:44pm
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