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DVD screen wont work on LEgacy LD32MUB

I have A Legacy LD32MUB, this is my first time installing and using the device and the DVD screen will not show, nor will the settings button on the remote work to get into the settings screen. What do I do, thanks..

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Read the owner manual more attentively please. There required to connect "brake wire" from the harness of radio to the "parking brake" - pedal sensor. or just coonect this wire to the ground wire or to the metal bolt of surface behind.

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  • vanser85 Sep 30, 2008

    I did fixed my legacy LD32MUB like this after it sows everything video.

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