Question about XO Vision XO-1400 Car DVD Player
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I think i had the same problem... I think the mute is on on your system...go into setup and down to default and reset everything...if your sound comes back then the problem lies within the back. You would have to un-attach the brown cord (tel-mute), After that it should work. This is the problem i had and this was the fix for me. Hopei helped
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
If you are losing the memory (clock and presets) on the unit, you need to make sure that the yellow wire (normally) has 12 volts AL THE TIME and the red (acc) is switched on and off with the key. The battery wire (memory consant 2 volts) is the one that retains memory.
Winona Lake, IN
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I am just giving a suggestion. I too need to know how to wire this. From what you posted it sounds like you hooked the wire to a constant +12v that is always on. Forgive me if I am wrong. Anyway, Did you connect this wire to rear reverse light power. I think from what you say it is supposed to be connected to the positive side of that light. If this solves your problem can you PLEASE let me know the full details of everything else you hooked up on the circuit to make the backup work. For instance what is the label of the orange wire. TIA.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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