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I have a v8p4000 does the cord have to be plug up to the screen as as the player in order for the system to work

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On mine, the screen/speaker module plugs into the player/base. note the power switch on the upper right side of the screen; this must be on as well as the main power on ( left side of the base). connect the power supply, power on; no other external connections are needed.
the screen can be detached and used as a low quality monitor; connect a/v cable & power supply to the right side of the screen, connect the other end of the a/v cable to vcr or whatever.

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