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Blank Screen My screen is completely blank even when the unit is hooked up to a TV. The TV screen displays the DVD but the portable unit screen stays blank. How can I fix this?

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The screen in your dvd might not be getting the volts it needs to work,the ribbon cable that comes from the base gets broken sometimes because of the hinge action of open and closing constanly.You need to call RCA at 877-794-7977 and ask for an estimate or an idea of how could cost to repair.Good luck.

Posted on Oct 17, 2006

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    Omar Urrutia Oct 17, 2006

    Another reason could be the unit has a bad back light and that is why it might not light up the screen.You still need to call RCA for an estimate ,sometimes they have a flat rate of 70.00 witch covers parts and labor.

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    Omar Urrutia Oct 17, 2006

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