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Kawasaki pvs1965 I need diagram on how to input video/audio signal throug monitor's cables. DVD player not working. Thank You.................David

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My dvd player works but i am not getting anything on the monitors


Well the actually the player isnt working.

If you get no video output, and the wires are hooked up correctly, then the video output circuits are bad and the unit will need replaced.

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You will need a TV or monitor with audio/visual inputs. The better ones have what is known as an S/VHS input, which separates the TV picture signal for better color reproduction. You will need to be able to switch your TV, usually by the channel selector, to the proper input for audio visual signals. Sometimes this is known as Video 1, Video 2, A/V etc. These are usually below Channel 2. Maybe your remote has that option. You will need an a/v cable. This is a three-connector cable with RCA plugs on each end. Connect the DVD player to the TV as follows: 1. Yellow cable, from video OUT on the DVD player, to video IN on the TV. Video is ALWAYS yellow. 2. Red and white cables from audio OUT on the DVD player to audio IN on the TV. 3. If you have S/VHS capability, buy an S/VHS patch cable which will have the three plugs mentioned, plus a round 4-pin plug. Select S/VHS OUT on the DVD player, and S/VHS IN on the TV. When using S/VHS, ignore the yellow connector. It is for composite video and not needed. Here's a hint: Your YV audio/visual inputs will usually be on the back of the set. Some better units have a/v inputs in front. What if my TV doesn't have a/v inputs? If your DVD player as an RF output, connect an RF "f" cable from that output to the antenna in cable on your TV. Otherwise buy an RF converter (about $20 or so at Radio Shack). Connect your a/v cable (yellow, red and white) from the DVD player to toe converter, then connect an RF cable (like the kind your cable box is connected with) to the antenna input on your TV. This signal usually comes in on Channel 3. Let me know if your problem is more complicated, It seems like a lot of wires and connections, but it is really straightforward, Remember, yellow is ALWAYS video. The two audio cables can be connected without worrying about color.

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Here is the website for Kawasaki electronic replacement parts, including this exact cable for $6.50:
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You can order replacement parts from the following web site. We had accidentally cut one of our player to screen cables and I ordered two through this site. Had them within 2 weeks, no problems. http://www.18002526123.com/products.aspx?type=pa&view=104&p=34&sc=6

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Visit the official customer service website for this product, http://1800customersupport.com/kawasaki, or call them at 1-877-252-6873. They should be able to sell you one. Target also sells an item that should work. It's called the Kawasaki AVM678 or Audiovox AVM6781, and designed to work specifically with the PVS1965 or PVS1965S. I believe it's $79.99, but only available in their stores, in the portable DVD section of the electronics department.

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I finally found the customer support website for Kawasaki electronic products, including the PBS1965:
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