Question about Car Audio & Video
Have you tried unplugging it from the power source already and leaving it overnight? This will help the system to do a reset.
Let me know how it goes.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
If you can see the image and it's ok then the problem is in the back-lighting of the screen (the part that makes the light shine thru the screen) - when you jumped it the power spike it generated has fried the inverter that powers the CCFL tubes for the screen. This damage is in the screen itself (inside the player) so no, it's not a fuse or wire, if it would been one the entire unit would have been dead.
To fix it the player must be removed from the car, dismantled, the screen accessed and the inverter replaced. All this is a job for an electronics repair shop , take it to one, there's nothing more you can do.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
The back light that illuminates the DVD screen is defective, the cost to replace this is more than most players cost, suggest you replace it, if it is a factory unit that came with the car as standard equip then you will need to have it repaired by a factory approved repair center
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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