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Venturer PVS6281 - Playing One Disc on Both?

I cannot figure out how to get the Venturer PVS6281 Twin Backseat Theater to play the same dvd on both screens. Thoughts?

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The red, yellow,white cables connect them to both of the dvd players.One of them the little switch on the side put one on dvd and the other one on av in. then put a dvd in one and play it. (make sure both are on)

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I have a Venturer PVS 7287 dual player. The player we use most will play the sound but the screen is a blank white. We've tried different DVD'S with the same results.


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I called Venturer's support line. They are aware of the problem (a connection between the player and the monitor). True in my case because i can connect it to a television and it plays fine. For $45 (flat rate) they will repair or replace the units with new 1 yr warranty. The $45 includes their shipping it back to you, but naturally I'll have to play postage to send it to them. (The number I called was 800-252-6123)

The shipping address is:
Venturer Electronics (make check out to this name)
203 Eggert Road
Buffalo, NY 14215

I was given a reference number to put on the outside of the box, but I'm sure it was specific to my name and address they requested.

Good luck to you (and me)!

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This type of unit is made by a manufacturer for another to put their name on. Most likly, unless you go back where you purchaced the unit, it will be hard to get any parts or service for this player. It is most probably the tracking or focus servo, or the laser going bad, and will cost more then a new unit would be with labor. As a user, it will be tough to replace or service these types of decks unless you have test disc and the know how to do the critical servo alighnments and the grating alighnments to the laser pickup assemblies. Good Luck PS please do not forget to rate this thread.

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