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That worries me when the fuses dont`t blow,otherwise I would have told you you made the wrong connections or did not ground enough. You can find fuses in any hardware stores and if your purchase is recent, have it replaced or get your money back. I suspect something wrong with the item. Or go to place where they are specialized in installing DVD monitors in cars; they`d tell you if it`s blown up or not. My TView monitor is really blown up and I am trying to find out if it can be fixed. My warranty has expired and I am kind of stucked.
First I would try pressing the DISPLAY button on your remote which controls the display and if that is not it, it's probably the flex cable. These cables go bad after a while and needs to be replaced. you may also contact Pioneer to see if there is a recall on this part as they may pay for it, otherwise you can purchase it on ebay - http://cgi.ebay.com/PIONEER-AVH-P7480DVD-AVX-P7300DVD-FLEX-RIBBON-CABLE-/120529728036
The incar DVD player that you have I assume is connected to dual monitors in your head rests. Inphase do a good quality DVD very cheap, in the UK you can buy it for 150 GBP including 2 new head rest monitors. In the US there must be a reputable dealer than can offer a similar price for the same item or similar.
Well,it seems you have couple problems there.
About the ribbon cable the part number is 039-2144-00
And about the monitor flips up and down easily,you will need to replace the complete slide mech assy;part number 948-0646-00
you can order it from pacparts.com
The new ipod will not work with anything other than 2008 alpine products. Apple embedded a chip in the actual cable that tells the ipod that it's ok to pay. What you need is an authentic apple video cable that can only be purchased at the apple store...then hook the inputs up to the video input on the radio.