Question about Dual Car Audio & Video
When my kids are watching movies or playing games on the portable dvd players, my stereo does not have much of a signal.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Fairly easy and resourceful fix for this. Spent the past hour on the net looking, and no one had any info. So, we post here!
Our remote was lost, and were in the same unable to use the input port situation on our Durabrand BH1304D. Tried 3 universal remotes with no luck. However--- we are back in business now, Houston!
My fix-- grab a DirectTV remote (we had a white one-- RC 32 is the model). It's compatible with this 13" Durabrand TV, and most people a neighbor probably have one!
To program it to the TV (at least in our case), you have to slide the top switch to TV, then hold and press MUTE and SELECT until the green light flashes twice under the TV switch. Then press numbers 11034 and the light should flash twice again. Ta-da! Should be in business. We were!
The input button also worked as is, no need for the other step listed in the remote manual. But if your TV is changing channels and volume, but no input button, quick easy fix there too apparently. Didn't have to use it, but the input button can be activated or deactivated as needed. Simply hld SELECT and MUTE down again, the hit 960 on the keypad. That should be the activate/deactivate code per the manual.
Hope this helps someone, as the durabrand remote situation stinks, but thanks to the power of internet and users like us, there's now a solution in your reach! :)
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
I have a K715 that was having the same problem. The "line select" had been switched from "in" instead of "out". Once I switched it back to "out", the player worked normal.
Posted on May 12, 2008
try connecting it to small external multimedia speakers (usually played with computers) that come with a small jack simmilar to that on earphones.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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