Question about Venturer PVS1950D Car DVD Player
Hello alpine_freak, You can disconnect power from the unit and this will kill the power feed to the system memory (the memory that hold commands from the remote)Now if this does not work I have seen where the unit indicated mute as a response rather than an actuator of an event. This is rare but it does happen. What could cause this is if the audio pre-amp goes out or is turned off by the mute button and there is no sound the unit detects this and indicates a mute. This I hope is not what is happening here, because this is a design flaw, the mute should turn off the pre amp and indicate a mute condition because the mute button was pushed, not indicate mute because of a no-audio condition. As said try to remove power from the unit and if this does not work, I would suggest finding a shop on fixya to take or ship your unit to for repair
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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