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Hi do you have a wiring diagramme for this or not.

Alot of people who fit these think they can use it whilst driving but the problem is they are designed to only work when the handbrake is on they do this as a safety device but the problem you have with this is you need to find another source thats permanent to get round this but getting this wrong can blow the whole lot. Some wires are higher output than the dvd player so you could short it out.
Is this what you mean if not then sorry but let me know ok then i can assist you further ok

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