Question about Televison & Video
I have a Venturer PVS1960 in-car DVD system. For no obvious reason, neither screen will power up anymore. They haven't suffered any shock damage and the unit appears to be receiving 12VDC.The unit turns on and off, DVD spins, but nothing is sent to either of the LCD displays and there is no sound. I checked the AV IN/DVD switch on the side of the machine to make sure it is set to DVD. However, when I try to check the kill switch on the base of the unit, I can not find the pinhole that shuts off the screen when the lid is closed. Can someone better explain where this is? I don't see a pinhole on the exterior of the base and don't want to poke around inside. Thanks. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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