Question about Car Audio & Video
When I try to play a video, it has a blue screen and says " WARNING PLEASE STOP WATCH VIDEO PLAYER". How do I get videos to play?
I don't know about stereo installation but a customer at walmart wrote this review so it seems it worked for them. Also I have an exact unit with the only difference being that mine is sold as "DP Video, model: DP432" but everything is the same as your unit and it works fine.
"I am happy with this product and it works great. I read before I bought it that a customer was dissatisfied because it had to be in park to work, but if you ground out that wire it works fine all the time. Clear screen and its not too small like some of the others I've seen. I would definitely recommend this product."
Anyways, my advice is that you have it professionally installed to get it right, if you did then take it back to your installer and let them know it's not working right.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
I am not sure about that brand but you are relly supposed to connect the wire coming out of the back of the screen that says "parking brake wire" to the cars parking brake wire or it can by green, black , or several other colors depending on the manufactor. If you do not do that and you just connect that wire to the ground wire "the black one" and it does not work the the screen most likely needs to have some sort of reaction to happen. try turning the unit on then grounding the black wire (the one coming from the unit that should be connected to the vehicles parking break wire) . You may have to install a switch if this works. If you still have the manual look and see if it tells you if the is a sequence like turn on the unti then apply the parking brake release it then reapply and this will tell you how to wire up the switch.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a problem with break wire. I too expierienced this. It is NOT a problem with radio. You need to ground the break wire in the harness. It is a protection wire so that it knows the emergency break is on. In other words it is supposed to stop you from watching movies while driving. Grounding the wire disbales the feature thinking the break is on. If you want to use the safety feature properly it should be connected to the emergency break switch that is grounded when pulled up or on.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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