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That is not factory installed unit so first step if you k own where the wire connect to the trucks wiring (most installers use either the wiring behind the radio or at the fuse box) there may be 2 power wires usually they both have fuses. Check those first if you can find them easily. If bot you will need to drop the monitor (I assume it is ceiling mounted). Check for power and ground on the wires at the unit. Usually there is a red and a yello. Red has 12v with ignition on, yellow has 12 v always and black is ground. If the power at the monitors good then the unit is bad. If this is a split system (seperate DVD and sepe8monitor ( check same at both units. If you are not comfortable doing this any car audio shop can check it for you.
This is for those who are struggling to connect rca cables to tv. Cables are normally color coded, yellow is for video (out from dvd snd in to the tv). Red and black sometimes white is for audio (left and right). Same thing here out from dvd in to the tv.
Do you have a manual with your Car Monitor? If you do there will be the frequency that it uses to transmit to your car stereo, probably listed under the audio or setup section. If you don't I suggest that you call Myron & Davis on 909-796-3199 and tell them your model and your problem, they will be able to tell you what frequency you need to set your radio to. You can also email them firstname.lastname@example.org. Their website is here if you have any other issues.
It could be a game console connection problem, make sure that your Yello RCA output is going in your Video input on the monitor or monitor receiver. You might have a power or voltage problem, if the wrong current or voltage is incorrect then errors and freeze ups can happen, the player wont support the wrong voltage going in. Check your power connections, Video out/input connections and check your voltages.
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