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IR headphones are not picking up the signal from Flip down DVD

TView T950DVFD-TN is the dvd player I have in my truck. I oredered a pair of brand new IR headphones and they worked fine for a few weeks. Now like the old pair I have the signal is not being recieved in the headphones. The website for TVIEW does not have the manual for download. HELP

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If that only happens with one specific DVD, the problem is that DVD. Try playing it on another DVD player and see what happens.

If your TView won't play any DVDs, try turning the power off, blowing some compressed air into the unit, and turning the power back and see if that makes a difference.

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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