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Heat I recently installed the dvd player on my dash with a plastic adapter housing. Now the dvd player gets very warm and I lose video signal. How can I keep it cool?

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How do you install in dashdvd player in 2002 jaguar s type


Here is a link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-7DhH2xQQE

The video shows a guy using a metal pry tool. NEVER USE A METAL TOOL TO REMOVE DASH PANELS! Purchase a plastic dash panel removal kit to prevnt damage and scratches to the dash finish.

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We have a Toshiba Model 37LX96 LCD/DVD Combo Can't turn on, after a recent power outage There is power going to the unit, but it will not turn on using the remote or using the "power"...


Common problem with the main board. Only happens after losing main power, not just turning the TV off.
I found that blowing hot air with a heat gun down the vents above the DVD player (don't melt the plastic housing) will warm the main board up enough to get the TV powered up again.
You'll be good to go until the next power outage then back to the heat gun.
Also the spec sheet indicates max humidity at 80% so keep the TV in a space with lower humidity.
The Toshiba 37LX96 is a quality TV, not a throw away if you can keep it running.
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Connection to my old TV


your tv do not have an audio/video input...what you need is a device called RF modulator, it converts the audio/video signal from your dvd player into RF signal similar to the signal from the cable operator.it has an audio/video input and a coaxial cable output..

Jul 18, 2009 | Curtis DVD1047 DVD Player

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Jensen vm9312 sticks an extra inch out of the dash


this an old thread, but yes there is an install kit containing a plastic extension that should be available from places that sell car stereos- wal-marts, car stereo stores, etc.

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Bypass parking brake wire


Boss Audio is the easiest in-dash DVD on the market to bypass; all you do is ground the ebrake wire. I recently installed 12 Boss Audio in-dash BV-7300's and did this to all of the decks problem solved. By the way I did this because they were in the back of limousines where the driver couldn't ever even see one of them while he was driving. I don't think there will be a problem, try it.

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Dvd freezes during play


Does this happen with all the DVD's
or just one particular movie ?

1) If the problem happens only on a single movie, than there is
a good chance that the disk is damaged.

In this case, you may be able to re-polish the disk to save it.
Many video-game stores have inexpensive gismos for doing
this, and it works just fine.

The reason it does work, is that the video data is stored on
the top of the disk underneath the label, where it is well
protected.

The laser shines from the bottom, through the plastic and
reflects off the label back down into a photo-detector.

If the bottom plastic is damaged or scratched, thus interfering
with the laser transmission, it can be simply re-polished.

2) If the problem happens to many or all DVD's, than the player
is either dirty, damaged, or suffers from a software/electronic
malfunction.

3) A dirty player can be cleaned, using a special
"CLEANING DVD", available from video stores.

4) Finally, if the player actually suffers from a software
or hardware malfunction, the most common cause is
overheating.

Digital electronics are very sensitive to heat, because
(especially in cheap home products) they are running
near the limits of technology.

Excess heat causes the digital signal pathways to slow
down in their ability to propagate ultra high frequency
pulses carrying binary information. These pulses then
get distorted or delayed beyond acceptable limits,
causing digital errors in signal processing.

If the number of errors is small, you may see white
sparklies in your picture. As the temperature and number
of errors increases, the internal computer gets confused
and crashes entirely

This is the cyber equivalent of HEAT-STROKE.

Make sure your DVD player has sufficient cooling and
airspace all around.

5) If this does not help, you may need to replace it.
Fixing DVD players is not practical nor economical.


Hope this helps and informs for the future,

Martin.

Apr 23, 2008 | Zenith DVB312 DVD Player

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Tunner? Picture whites out


Is this when you are watching a DVD, or Tape, or when watching TV using the Combo's tuner? The effect you describe is caused by the video signal losing its DC level.
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it sounds like the A/V reciever does not upconvert the component signal to HDMI. Not many do. The Marantz recievers will (SR6001, SR8001, etc..). Also bear in mind that HDMI cables are finicky and may require amplification over a few meters long.

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