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are you using an amplifier? if so, it sounds like you are using the blue wire (power antenna remote) instead of the blue/white wire (amplifier remote turn on) to turn the amp on. when leaving tuner mode the power antenna wire is turned off.
It sounds like it could be the sound chip. If your fm/am radio is playing sound then the internal amp is fine however CD/AUX functions use a separate sound chip. Have you wired it to an external amplifier?
If other dvd's play in the unit except for one, it sounds like you purchased a dvd that was delivered to the wrong section of the country or globe. Dvd's are recorded for regions or latitudinal sections of the globe and if you purchased one from ebay, many of the sellers buy dvds from other countries dirt cheap and resell here in the states. The problem is that most dvd players in this country will not play them because of the layering and recordings are slightly different on these dvd's. If no dvd will play in the unit, then your unit might be from a different region of the world. you may have to purchase a new unit. Attempt playing your dvd at a friends house and see if it is recognized first before you buy another unit. Might be imported junk or just mixed up in the global Wal-Mart. Good luck!!
sounds like you connected the amp turn on lead to the power antenna wire coming from the deck, so the amp turns on when you have the radio on, but turns off when playing cds. you need to connect the amp turn on lead to the amp remote wire.
Probably, but don't buy this stereo! It has a lifespan of about 6 months. I am not the only person to have had the same series of events happen with my VR-3 stereo. The same breakdowns I had, were mentioned by other customers on www.vr-3.com. The usb, and SD slots will breakdown. I have played my MP3 player throught the Auxiliary port, (which would be the way you play youe ipod) but the sound quality is not great. It requires that you turn the mp3 unit up to full, and increase the volume on the car stereo significantly, and still not great sound. I am actually planning to contact Target where I purchased mine, and reccomend they drop the product.