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Can't get screens to work

I have Farenheit T-7013HRS screens in my car. When I connect them to a 12V power supply, I get no response. I have the remote control, and I have them hooked up to a farenheit dvd player. How can I test the screens to make sure that they work? Is there a fuse in the screen that may be blown?

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There should be a color fuse and a fuse to make the screen power up the wires the fuse are on are yellow and red try that if it doesnt work check your ground

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