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Boss audio bv9150 screen strats to flick then says no video signal

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Screen will not turn on it came on then it stop


Try resetting the system. Follow these instructions:
  • Push the RES or RESET button with a pen or similar object.
  • The button location depends on your Boss model.
  • Turn the power on.
Download the correct manual for your model in order to locate the RESET button:

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Sep 04, 2014 | BOSS AUDIO SYSTEMS Car Audio & Video

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My boss BV9976 dvd player touch screen is not working


It's possible that the Boss unit works with iPod and iPhone 3 and not the four. Does the unit state that it works with iPod/iPhone? Also, you may require a software upgrade

Mar 17, 2012 | BOSS AUDIO SYSTEMS BV9976 Car Video Player

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Good afternoon, during a robbery pulled my player screen BV9978B Boss, I need the flex that transmits the data to the screen because it broke


  • Due to the nature of this item it is not something readily available. I recommend contacting Boss Audio Systems directly here http://www.bossaudio.com/support/index.php so that you get the correct cable as that is a pricey deck to to take a chance on a second rate after market cord on.
Regards, Tony

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Hi i have a boss dvd in dash 996b in a 2002 nissan altima....always worked good ..i wired the pink wire to the fram to ground out ...always worked...i open dvd to watch movie and display shows NO VIDEO...


have you tried a different video input such as a video input behind the radio. have you made sure that you are playing dvd and not video in. or the boss unit could be broken.

May 05, 2011 | BOSS AUDIO SYSTEMS Car Audio & Video

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I intall a bv9900 on a s10 and i try to add a ps3 thru aux in but i cant get the picute. The dvd say no image signal. Please help me


Make sure you are using the Aux Video in, should be a yellow RCA and make sure the Boss is set to Aux video or ext video and make sure the power is on on the PS3

The Boss manual should tell you exactly which wire with RCA is for external video input such as rear video camera, PS3, etc.

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