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it could be a dim adjustment. did you hook up the dimmer wire to the factory harness if so and your dash lights are low then thats the issue. if not then check the brightness on the unit. if that is not lowered then the internal lights inside the unit have started to burnout. if thats the case uninstall it and send it in for repairs
hahahaha . sorry for laughing. pull up your menu that has the reverse cam button push it again. when you push this button it will show you a black screen your cam is not there this is why its black. it will keep going back to this screen until you push this button again(i laugh because i have a pioneer avhp4100 that does the same also contact e if needing e brake bypass). Kieran
if the screen needs to be wired to the dash light switch it will not change unless the lights are on, if the wire is disconnected it is possible to bypass it making the screen stay bright.
although it would seem more likely that the brightness could be adjusted on the unit settings or by a button on the unit itself
Dark as in gone or dark as in the image is still viewable? How does the onscreen menu look when the image is dark/gone? If the onscreen menu looks right and the image is still dark, you might want to check the cables or another input. If another device using different cables and another input looks fine, you may only have a problem with the input/cable you are using to view the movie. If the onscreen menu is also dark, then I would think there is an internal problem that needs looking into.