Question about Audiovox VM9512 Car DVD Player
I have a VM9512 with no audio - no sound in any of the speakers when set to any source. I know it's not a wiring issue because I have another head unit that functions correctly.
I measured the voltages in all 8 of the speaker wires coming from the head unit. 6 of the wires measured 4.5V. The white wires however clearly aren't outputting the correct voltages. The white/bk (-) wire measured 11V, the white, (+) 0V. When connected to the speaker the white wire measures 0.14V.
I guess my big question is, is there any possibility that this issue is being caused by a user replaceable component, rather than an IC chip?
I would appreciate any suggestions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: jensen VM9512 in-dash DVD player
with the remote:
press set up button
scroll to highlight language
you will now be in a secret menu
turn on brake bypass
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
ok i got a hold of audiovox call center and to bypass or unlock your stereo
you have to type on the radios password (very begging) blue screen
5,4,3,2,1,0 this is the factory reset for all the jesen i hope
it worked for my VM9512 !!!!!! with the lost user password
hope this helps
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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