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Sounds like it may be a bad linking cable or connection. Make sure you have cables inserted firmly and correctly. If possible, hook main unit to TV to be sure you are getting proper Video/Audio output.
Radioshack has what you need. Take the unit up there and tell them you need a 'B' tip adapter and a 6ft long adaptaplug chord to fit both of the B tips on. This worked for me in connecting one screen to the next.
Try the online help at http:www.1800customersupport.com. Also, in order to watch both units together, once connecteded by the audio video cable (red/white/yellow), the power supply must go to the dc in jack of the monitor (not to the the player).
According to Walmart's warranty information, Lenoxx Electronics Corp. services this DVD player brand. Their website www.lenoxx.com confirm that assumption, though your particular model does not show up. I suggest contacting the company and seeing what you can find out.
It sounds to me as if you are not using the correct video standard, IE: There are two or more principle "Standards" PAL, NTSC, & SECAM... now if the the input you provide is say, PAL and your player etc is set to say NTSC, the pic will play but ya won't have sound and the pic will have no colour.. ie: look sorta B/W. so try your "Settings" and make sure it is correct.