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I have a naxa ncd 701 and my screen wont come out what do i do?

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I have a Naxa NCD-694, and I heard about similar problems. Apparently when you ground it like it tells you (the green long wire) to the parking brake, the video screen is set to disengage automatically! ((Naxa says if you dont hook up to your parking brake, your video screen might not play)) However after trying the following work-around myself, I found a few other people who had gotten around this safety feature with no consequence (other then distraction!) I guess NAXA just claims that, so they wont get sued if you crash while watching dvds in your car! *Its really simple! Just unhook the long (at least a foot or so) green wire (It should be labled "ground-Parking Brake" on it too) you previously attatched to your parking brake wire, and then ground it somewhere else! I just hooked it up to my black ground also coming out of the back of my naxa. (If you want to verify this b4 you unhook your deck, go in your car now, and lift your parking brake, and pop in a DVD! I bet itll play!) The wire will turn off the screen whenever the parking brake isn't engaged(or not grounded) So by grounding it to something permanent (in this case the black ground wire), your unit will never recieve the signal saying to turn off the screen!
Hope this helps!
Sean

Posted on Oct 20, 2010

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I have a Naxa NCD-694, and I heard about similar problems. Apparently when you ground it like it tells you (the green long wire) to the parking brake, the video screen is set to disengage automatically! ((Naxa says if you dont hook up to your parking brake, your video screen might not play)) However after trying the following work-around myself, I found a few other people who had gotten around this safety feature with no consequence (other then distraction!) I guess NAXA just claims that, so they wont get sued if you crash while watching dvds in your car! *Its really simple! Just unhook the long (at least a foot or so) green wire (It should be labled "ground-Parking Brake" on it too) you previously attatched to your parking brake wire, and then ground it somewhere else! I just hooked it up to my black ground also coming out of the back of my naxa. (If you want to verify this b4 you unhook your deck, go in your car now, and lift your parking brake, and pop in a DVD! I bet itll play!) The wire will turn off the screen whenever the parking brake isn't engaged(or not grounded) So by grounding it to something permanent (in this case the black ground wire), your unit will never recieve the signal saying to turn off the screen!
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