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You have a aux fuse you need to check first.. If the fuse is blow , replace it would be your first thing to check. The fuses should be on drives side in dash area.. Also there are some in the engine compartment, check fuses then get back with me,
I had the same problem. It turned out to be my cable that went from the dvd player to the TV. I replaced with new cable & everything worked fine again. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
I assume the above problem is on all DVD's. Generally speaking, dialogue soundtrack is located in the Front Center speaker. From your description of the problem I would double check all the wiring to the front center speaker you have connected to your audio system. If there is no front center speaker, check to see how your audio system is set to handle the front center speaker . . . it should be set to "Phantom" or "none". On the other hand you're relying just on your TV speakers and you're not getting any dialog I would change, under the Settings of the DVD player, the Digital Out settings to PCM.
Yes, though it's a bit complicated.
It's explained in detail here:
In a nutshell, on most models you can change the bios with a CD that you can burn. This includes adding your own background image. I'd say, even if your model number shows one you can't upgrade, try it anyway. It's likely the previous owner upgraded to a CD flashable bios.