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Memory my jensen vm9510 will not hold the memory,when i turn my car on i have power on the head unit and set can i fix this?

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Re: memory

It sounds like the "memory" power wire is not connected. This is a separate wire coming into the stereo that is always connected to the car's battery. It is not affected by whether the keys are in the car or not. You will need to locate this wire, and ensure it is connected to an "always on" circuit in the car.

Posted on Apr 05, 2007

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On my jensen vm9311ts its shows my dvd playing but no sound. aame thing with my ipod. its says its playing, but no sound. what wrong?

I'm guessing you're not using you're head unit to power your speakers/subs you're probably using a separate amp so your problem is not likely to have anything to do with your jensen headunit. first just make sure amp is turning on, if it's not check all your power wires(pwr, grd, remote) if it is turning on check your rca cables. it's a dvd player so theres more rca's in the back of the unit, it can be confusing so it'd be easy to mix somthin up... if everything checks out ok and you still can't get any sound take it to wherever you had it installed and have them look at it till they figure out what's wrong

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J-link hook up

My Jensen TV/DVD unit came with a media box as well as the head unit. The media box was the interface where my iPod and XM antenna plug in, and everything is routed via a DIN cable from the media box to the head unit. I'd think you're missing that extra module that allows all the auxiliary hookups.

Jul 21, 2008 | Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player

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Call Jensen on this one. I have no idea as I don't one this unit.

Apr 28, 2008 | Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player

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Jensen VM9311/ UV7i wont turn on!!?

Yo, I've got the perfect solution to your problem. Pull out the head unit from your dash. Then, remove the wiring harness carefully from the unit. Now, push in the yellow power wire (even jiggle it a little) making sure it's tightly snug the small port of the wiring harness. Then, plug the harness back into the unit and try turning it on. I've found that the wires come lose easily on this unit. hit me back up at

Mar 03, 2008 | Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player

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All you should have to do is hold the display button until the clock starts to flash. then tune the time with the knobs

Dec 18, 2007 | Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player

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No memory on VM9311TS

This is almost always related to an installation error. The yellow wire at the back of the unit needs to be connected to a constant voltage source that doesn't switch off with the key. It's possible that the connections to your red and yellow wires are reversed.

Jul 14, 2007 | Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player

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Jensen VM9510 No voices in movies

It sounds as though the unit is set up for "6-channel" surround mode, but you don't have a center speaker. That means the audio sent to that speaker isn't being heard. You'll need to get to the audio setup menu, and either turn off the 6-channel mode, or turn off the center channel option. There are two different Jensen models with the VM9510 model number, but you can download an owner's manual for either one here:

Jul 02, 2007 | Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player

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I dont get any sound

Many vehicles have factory amplifiers that must be activated or bypassed when installing a replacement head unit. If the factory amplifier isn't integrated or bypassed, you won't hear sound from the factory speaker locations. Another possibility is that you have a shorted or pinched speaker wire or terminal. A short at any speaker will shut down the head unit's internal amp, killing the sound to all the speakers. The RCA outputs wouldn't be affected, so the subwoofer keeps playing.

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Jensen vm9311 dvd indash volume is loud when i turn on car

Heres the best way to fix; Quote from manual "Programmable Turn-On Volume (Pg.12) This feature allows the user to select a turn-on colume setting regardless of the colume setting prior to turning the unit off. To program a specific volume level, push and hold the VOL/LOC/DV know (6) while the yellow volume bar is displayed on the screen. The unit will beep two times to confirm your turn-on volume setting." Ah i had the same problem. I turned to the manual and it worked for me :) Good Luck, Ern

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