Re: I have a Dual xdvd8182 code for video play during...
Try this we dont have the same dual model but the code isnt for my model anyway. put a dvd in the player and after it comes up with the warning screen when you start to hear sound hit stop twice on the remote and then press 26604 then just find the parking break override menu and turn it to on
important. you must ground out the wire and take the switch out first! hope this helps.
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This is not an issue with the drive. The drive is not what tells your pc to play movies automatically. Anyhow, I don't know what version of windows you are using, but if you click start-help and then type in 'auto play' it will show you how to change the settings so movies will play automatically. Also, if you don't have it already, install VLC media player.....it plays pretty much any video files.
The e-brake wire is there for liability reasons. If you're in an accident and there is a video playing, you will probably be liable. Also, it is illegal almost everywhere to have a video playing that can be viewed by the driver. This could get you pulled over and fined. This is why the brake wire is there, so the player knows the vehicle is not moving.
The e-brake wire is there for liability reasons. If you're in an
accident and there is a video playing, you will probably be liable.
Also, it is illegal almost everywhere to have a video playing that can
be viewed by the driver. This could get you pulled over and fined. This is why the brake wire is there, so the player knows the vehicle is not moving.
It is illegal and unsafe to watch the monitor while driving. I assume this is needed for an RV or something.
STEP ONE. Ground the E-Brake wire. No matter which method you use, you must ground the brake detection wire. I suggest you tap it into the ground wire on your wiring harness (ensures a good ground).
1. FACTORY RESET METHOD (Temporary) (This isn't the most effective, but it is the easiest to try, so it's worth a shot since it apparently works on some units.) ** Go to the Menu ** Get to the Settings Menu ** Select <yes> to Reset to Factory Settings. Credit: DKA
Have recently heard complaints of this method not being permanent, as this is needed everytime they want to watch a DVD. Also, radio and screen angle presets are lost.
2. AUDIO CD METHOD (Permanent) ** Insert Audio CD ** Press PLAY ** Press STOP twice on remote ** Enter 26604 on remote ** Press ENTER ** Take out Audio CD and Insert a DVD Credit: Myself via a DUAL Tech
3. DVD METHOD (Permanent) ** Insert a DVD ** Let it play until you hear sound ** Press STOP twice on remote ** Enter 26604 ** Press ENTER Credit: Adam P.
The blue warning screen should immediately go away after pressing the last digit of "26604." Still press ENTER as a precaution.