Question about Car Audio & Video
I can hear the movie but not see the movie. my car was running battery died and i had to get a jump,the movie was playing before the battery died but not after the jump
Sounds like youve put tooo much voltage through the player. A standard car battery is 12Volts, this is uped to 13.5Volts whilst engine is running. When you jump a car this can increase to over 20Volts fr a brief second.
I suggest taking it out of the car, and if its under warranty, you can return it for a repair.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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