Question about Venturer PVS1950D Car DVD Player
I have 1 out of the 2 screens not working properly it shows a white screen and has good sound but won't show a picture even if I swap cables with the other one. When it use to work you would have to wiggle the cable to get it to come back on, it would go black if anyone bumped the wire on occasion. It had been taken out of the car and stored in the closet for about 6 months but I don't think anything happened to it in there it was packed away securely. I'm wondering if I replace the s-video input on the monitor board if that will correct the problem or whether it's actually a problem with the lcd screen. Thanks in advance for your help!
Hello badkitty13, I don't usually do this but I would suggest that if the unit is not worth repairing, you donate it to a local vocational school. The reason I say this is because the unit may have a loose solder connection, hence the wiggling of the cable cleared the problem. This would have been an easy issue to take care of. However, the 6 month storage period tells me the this unit is dated, and that means the chances of finding the proper documentation is slim to none. The unit may just need to have the connector resoldered, but is the cost worth it? Donating it will at least give the electronics repair persons of the future a chabce to practice working on such a unit. Thank you, Shuttle83
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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