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No audio fewfwef I get video but no audio from the dvd player...actually there are no speakers on the drop down display nor on the unit...not sure where audio is supposed to come from...if it is supposed to use the car speakers...how does it get there?

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There may be a toggle switch on the dash. siwtch it to on and tune into FM (88.7 or 89.1). Ours was 89.1. Hope this helps

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