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I have a new 2010 Conversion Van with a built in DVD system. Every time I turn off and on the van the player has to be restarted with the power button and the dvd memory is never saved. Is this common in cars since they don't have a permement power supply like a home player?

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Sounds like the memory wire is not hooked up or not hooked up to a constent power supply

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