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I cannot play DVDs without the parking brake engaged how do i bypass this?

I have a PYLE PLD5MU and it wont allow me too play DVDS without the parking brake egaged,any tips on how to bypass this?

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I ran across of alot of lcd head units that requiers the parking brake wire connected so it will show the video, (usually just audio if parking brake not on). But if you connect that wire to a proper ground (screen always on) or a grounded switch so you can control it maually (turn it on or off when you choose)

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