Visual car audio products are hooked up to the handbrake(or speedo). whilst driving it is not safe to use these products. You will only be able to see the screen if you can get a hold of someone who will disconnect the cables, or you can also get a VIM (vehicle in motion) module, depending on your vehicle
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Umm, this isn't just a DVD player, It.s an amplifyer too. Just leave the speaker cables alone, plug in the new dvd player into the "video2" jack, yellow cable onlt. Then,plug the audio cables into the video2 jacs (the red and white ones). Select "video2" on the SonyDAVS300 and "video2" on the tv. Insert the dvd into the new player and enjoy. It's screwy but it works through the amp and sends the picture to the tv.
It sounds like the audio cable from the DVD drive may be loose or damaged. Did you wall mount the TV and this is when the problem started or has it always been like this? If its under warranty, contact the helpline on 0871 2000 463, be warned, if its becuase the cable is damaged by a wall mounting screw, its clearly evident and they will charge for repair.
Lately I cannot get a picture when I turn on the DVD operation--the TV screen, as always, is on INPUT (Extension).....the unit show PLAY, but the picture does not appear--and the TV screen stays blue! The audio is on, but no video.... This is something rather recent. However, if I unplug the electric-power source for the DVD-player, then sometimes the picture does appear, though not always. I have checked the manual but find no good answer there. Please let me know what to do....many thanks.
I need to leave my TV on channel 3 and set the converter to the channel I want to record. When programming for future recording, it's always from channel 3, not the channel I want the converter displaying.
Was it professionally installed?
If so, by default, the manufacturer puts a sensor that is to be attached to the brake pedal. So you cannot watch dvd or tv while driving.
Check the install diagrams, move the brake/motion sensor to something that is on when the car is moving, Radio, A/C Controls, etc.
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Not unless you have taken the time to learn all the safety issues concerning the HI voltage safety facts, in the repair of electronics? It sounds like your tv has a problem in the sweep/power supply circuits, and since these sets have NO user serviceable parts< its best too leave these types of repairs to a certified electronic technician. Good Luck