When using these in the car, the second unit is not getting any power. Does anyone know where to get the connecter cord (one yellow end and one black end) that connects the two screens together? Please advise
Try the online help at http:www.1800customersupport.com. Also, in order to watch both units together, once connecteded by the audio video cable (red/white/yellow), the power supply must go to the dc in jack of the monitor (not to the the player).
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Press and Hold Power button on the TV for 5 seconds [or] disconnect the AC cord from wall socket.
TV volume down and OK on the remote only does a basic IC self check. It do not rest the TV. It do not clear channel programmed settings, picture settings, channel labels, lock settings or password. Using this method, it shows the units' firmware version [Peaks 1.050 and GenX 1.00] and it checks the IC communications only. This is more useful to identify the firmware version, without having to decode the info in the setup menu about version/screen.
TO RESET THE UNIT
To make a reset to TV, turn it ON while pressing the [Volume-ve] button on the main unit, and press the 'Menu' button on the remote control for more than 3 seconds. The self check menu appear on the screen. Then disconnect the AC cord from the wall outlet. [ALL PROGRAMMED PARAMETERS WILL BE ERASED]
Try the following to bring the touch screen backto life.
Do a power flee by unplugging the power cord from the rear of the printer and holding down the power button for 30 seconds.
If the above doesn't resolve the concern, then try the step 2.
Perform a Full Reset of the HP Photosmart ,
-Press the On button to turn off the unit. -Disconnect the power cord from the back of the unit. -Disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet. -Connect the power cord to the back of the unit. -Connect the power cord to the AC outlet. -Press the On button to turn on the unit.
If the touch screen has not gone bad,the above troubleshooting steps should resolve the issue.
Are you using the garmin power cord or are you using an aftermarket cord? Some after market cords have usb plugs that although they plug right in to the power port on the unit, they tell the unit that you are updating the database. The unit displays only a picture of a computer connected to the unit and that's all it will do. Their is a way around this. Simply wait until the unit displays the about photo of the computer attached and then unplug the power cord from the unit. After the screen clears immediately replug in the power chord. This must be done quickly before anything appears on the screen. If you're too slow, simply repeat this step until you manage to replug the unit before anthing appears on the screen. Once plugged in as about the unit will operate normally on the external power source until you either turn it off or unplug it. Simple repeat above when ready to resume use.
The problem is very simple... The GPS unit perceives whatever you plug in depending on the power supply figure.
If you car charger is not giving enough power, then the GPS perceive the cable as being connected to a pc.... thus not charging. Check with an car electrician if you can raise the power supply on your car...
Your power cord is cutting in and out. You either have a bad power cord or there is something wrong with the connection to the cigarette lighter. When the unit say "Running on battery - will turn off in 30 seconds" this mean that it has lost external power. This is by design so that when you shut off the engine external power is cut to the unit and that it will shut down.
It a shame that for the C330 Garmin decided to remove the LED light from the power cord that shows the power cord is connected correctly to the cigarette lighter.
I had the same problem and was able to fix it by finding a replacement cigarette lighter power cord with the same voltage and polarity. Input to cord is 12Volts. Output to GPS is 5Volts, with a positive center post.
PS I need an instruction book and disks (or disk copies) if you know where I can get them. Delphi no longer has them.