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Avp7000 for a while when driving we 'd lose the picture when taking right turns then it would reappear when taking a left turn. Now the is simply no picture. Is this a problem with the heads?

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Re: avp7000

Sound is OK? Suspect a problem with one of the following; Heads, head amplifier, drum control servo IC, or video processing, in that order, assuming that you have audio....accordianman

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Today while driving to school i crossed two sets of train tracks. when i passed over the first set my head unit turned off and said system error resuming. I then turned the unit back on and it worked fine...

Sounds like going over the tracks might have knocked a wire lose behind the dash. The only way to know would be to take out your head unit to reveal what's behind it. Make sure all the cables are securely fastened and it should work again.

May 03, 2011 | Power Acoustik PTID7002NR Car DVD Player

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Where can I get a wiring diagram

here we go

yellow +12v main power

black is ground

red +12v accessory

blue/white amp turn on

orange/white illumination

blue auto antenna

brown phone interupt

grass green park brake(but if you want to watch dvd's while u drive connect this to the ground)

now speakers

fr right+ gray

fr right - gray/black

fr left+ white

fr left - white/black

rear right+ purple

rear right - purple/black

rear left + green

rear left - green/black

hope this helps thumbs up pls

Aug 11, 2010 | Clarion MAX385VD Car DVD Player

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I can not find out the color meanings. Power, ground and such please help!


Power 12V + : Yellow
Ignition Switch : Red
Amp Turn on : Blue / White stripe
Antenna : Blue
Ground : Black
Illumination :Orange/White
Dimmer : Orange
Left Front Spk + : White
Left Front Spk - : White/Blk
Right Front Spk + : Gray
Right Front Spk - : Gray/Blk
Rear Left Spk + : Green
Rear Left Spk - : Green/Blk
Rear Right Spk + : Purple
Rear Right Spk - : Purple/Blk

Hope this is helped you,
Good luck.

May 21, 2010 | Pioneer AVIC-N1 Car DVD Player

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In dash dvd player

disconnect the pink wire from the parking brake (the one coming out of radio) and put a switch on it going to ground. turn switch on off on. youll get picture then

Aug 08, 2009 | Jensen VM9410 Car DVD Player

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Lost the owners man, and need to hook up my Clarion VRX 485 VD

yellow battery
red accessory
black ground
purple right rear + speaker
purple/black right rear -
green left rear +
green/black left rear -
white fr left +
white/black fr left -
grey fr right +
grey/black fr right -
blue auto antenna
blue/white rem amp
brown phone mute
orange/white illumination
grass green handbrake but if u want to play dvd's
whilst u drive connect this to earth

thats the radio here's the diagram for your car
1995 Honda Civic Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram
Car Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Blue/White
Car Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow/Red
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Red/Black
Car Radio Dimmer Wire: N/A
Car Radio Power Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A
Car Radio Amplifier Turn On Trigger Wire: N/A
Front Speakers Size: 6 1/2′
Front Speakers Location: Doors
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Green
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray/Black
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Red/Green
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Brown/Black
Rear Speakers Size: 6 1/2′
Rear Speakers Location: Rear Deck
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Yellow
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Gray/White
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Red/Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Brown/White

pls rate people arnt rating hope this helps

Mar 18, 2009 | Clarion VRX485VD Car DVD Player

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Losing picture on my Panasonic DVD-LS850 Portable DVD Player

anyway can help me with cq-vd7005w id code..i have forgotten the passcode.. :(
can somebody help me pls!!!

Mar 14, 2009 | Panasonic Car Video Players

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You are simply in blackout mode. This is so at night you aren't blinded by the glow of a screen. Here are instructions right from the manual to turn on or off.

Blackout Mode On and Off
When Blackout mode is turned on, the monitor display will turn off to
reduce power consumption.
This additional power enhances the sound quality.
1 Touch [VISUAL] on the main source screen.
The VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
2 Touch [OFF].
The backlit-display portion goes out.
3 Touch [OFF] again to cancel the display backlight.
To make the setting, set to “Setting the VISUAL Touch Button” (page
If any button on the unit is pressed during Blackout mode, the
function will be displayed for 5 seconds to show the operation before
returning to Blackout mode.
While the backlighting is turned off, the function indicator

Jan 24, 2009 | Alpine IVA-D310 Car DVD Player

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Can' turn off the player

hi. i got the same problem, did u manage to fix it?

Jan 07, 2009 | Necvox RE-8169D 8 All-In-One Motorized...

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Help with install on clarion vrx935vd


The green would have to be connected to the handbrake indicator switch. Additionally, Clarion uses the industry standard wiring colors. Not every unit will have all of the listed wires

White = Left Front +
White/Black = Left Front –

Gray = Right Front +
Gray/Black = Right Front –

Green = Left Rear +
Green/Black = Left Rear-

Violet = Right Rear +
Violet/Black = Right Rear –

Yellow 14ga = Battery Main/Memory
Yellow 18ga = Battery CeNET Power/Memory
Red = Accessory (ignition on)
Black = Ground
Blue = Antenna Turn On +
Blue/White = Remote Turn On (amps) +
Orange/White = Dimmer
Brown = Phone Mute
Orange or Mint Green= Parking Brake Video Lockout
White/Red = CCD (camera) input instant on +

RCA Cables:
Gray = Front Output
Black = Rear Output
Purple = Non-Fade or Subwoofer Output

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Jun 13, 2008 | Clarion VRX935VD Car DVD Player

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Depending on the vehicles wiring itself, Alpine uses the below color coding for its wiring:
yellow – constant +12v such as the positive battery terminal
red – switched 12v such as the accessory terminal of the IGN switch
black – ground which could be the chassis/body ground of the vehicle or the negative terminal of the battery
blue/white - remote trigger for add-ons such as a power amplifier
blue – will activate a power antenna (if present)
white and white/black - front left speaker + & -
grey and grey/black - front right speaker + & -
green and green/black - rear left speaker + & -
purple and purple/black - rear right speaker + & -
orange/white - reverse wire
white/pink - monitor control lead
pink/black - audio interrupt from mobile/cell phones
yellow/blue - parking brake
yellow/black - foot brake

To bypass, the yellow/blue must be triggered negative/grounded. Alternately, it may be easier to use an adapter such as a Peripheral PTR7 ( In some regions, it is not allowed to operate this unit while vehicle is in motion.

Hope this be of help. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck, kind regards and drive safe.

Jan 10, 2008 | Alpine CVA-1003 Car Video Player

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