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yes the dvd can be replaced..audiovox makes good ones and the dvd player u have is good to have lasted this long so dont waste too much time scratching your head trying to get it to work..never seen a cleaner dvd fix anything..most times its the operational dirt and and grime and it just throws it all off.best buy or local stereo shop can replace..good shops can be found just ask for MECP certified installer to perform your install
yes its saying in toorder to play dvd's u must engage parking brake which means the wire is suppose to be hooked up to the parking brake....BUT i know the trick to make it work where u can play dvd's and drive
this happened to us also. If it's happening with the lights on, unhook the orange dimmer wire. our would workonly when the lights were off. the second we turned the light on the system would shut off. once we unhooked the orange wire it stopped doing it. we installed it in a 2003 mercury mountaineer.
Problem: All DVDs would not play in Jensen MVB85A overhead 8.5 DVD player. Error code: "Incorrect Region Code"
1. Use the remote to power on DVD player 2. Ensure there are NO DVDs in the drive 3. When you see the DVD logo screen, press 9653 on the remote 4. A hidden menu will open stating the region code. My region code was set to 0 and my I was receiving the error. 5. Press the "OK" button to change the Region Code to "1".
Once the region code was set to 1 all DVDs were playing.
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