Question about MT&V Dual 7" Headrest Monitors & DVD Player Package 1 (MTV-5277, MTV-5939) Car Video Player
since your unit is not turning on, then it means the unit is having a power problem. The first thing to check is the power board of the player. The power board of the player is defective, that's why its not transmitting or transferring current into the player.
Except the power board is fixed, the unit might not power up again.
If you know about electronics repair, get a meter, open the unit on order to gain access to the power board, use the meter to read the power board to detect for any bad component and make every necessary replacement.
But if you don't know about electronics repairs, then I would advice that you take the unit to a repair man to fix the problem for you.
I hope the above makes sense to you.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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