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No picture I can get audio, but no picture....even when plugged into AC outlet (it used to only do that when battery was low). Any suggestions? Thanks, Kris

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  • Kris Renihan Oct 08, 2007

    For all those who have had trouble with the Audiovox D1708 who can get audio but no picture....the solution was simple. There is a tiny button located between the back of the DVD player and where the screen closes. My button was stuck in the down position (note, when the screen closes...there is a knob that presses the button down and should release it when the screen is open). I used a small, pointed object to release the button and the picture came right back on the screen!! It has happened once or twice since and releasing that button does the trick every time! Good luck and I hope this helps! -Kris

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2008

    purchased summer 2007. No picture; audio only. my model number D1708 DOES NOT HAVE THE BUTTON TO FIX THE PROBLEM as indicated in other logs with the same problem. Any suggestions?



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And if that doesn't work, try carefully unscrewing the screen and the hinge and reseat the tiny connectors of ribbon wire and wiring harnesses.

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