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    no picture on the screen just blue


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Hit Setup On Remote.
Select Language.
Get Remote And Hit 5,4,3,2,1,0.
Listen For Beeps. Touch “Hammer/Screwdriver” Logo.
Select Brake Override
Switch To Brake Override “ON”
Now Hit Setup On Remote.
And Now Watch Movies.

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Don't know what you're working with.

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Common (White) wire goes to all three lights. Goes to silver colored screw.
Hot (Black) wire goes to switch, then all three lights.

ALWAYS put the switch in the hot wire. Not the Common.
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No brake light or blinkers.

you've lost power to your rear wire harness.
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As a mechanic, i know time is important, and this test will only take approx and hour or less to perform.
i am color blind and i have to test every wire all the time to make sure i know which wire is which.
once i find it i label it.
works for me everytime.
takes longer to find it then to fix it.
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