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My dvd does not appear to be tuned in properly as the picture 'scrolls' like the old VCR tracking problem. I think the seperate dvd player under the seat should have a remote (not with car when i bought it)Is there a solution to this problem

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It sound to me like some of the rca cords have wiggled there selfs loose, If you can locate those and make sure there plugged in tightly. Or even replace them. If they are always getting pulled when the dvd player gets moved around. It should go back to normal.

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