I purchased 2 t-view t77rsv. after tested both of them before with a portable dvd player. but, now installed in a car i have no video input (blue screen only) the video is from a jenson 9510. i even tried another video source, still nothing. i have no manual, no troubleshooting hints i see online at all. i have read that these monitors will turn on when a signal is present, and switch av-1 to av-2 automatically. when i turn them on i get av-1 displayed with a smaller "system 4" displayed below av-1. then i get no signal. i do not have a remote with these but, i cannot find a way to switch av-1 to av-2 or anything about the system 4. any clues?
I would 1st find a remote for them, that would probley be the easiest way... then 2nd check all your wires and make sure you have the right ones hooked up... but if your getting a blue screen then my guess is you have them hooked up right... so i would start with the remote...
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Most likely its the ignition wire.. That 12 volt line let's it know when the switch is turned.. If the radio is cutting on it may simply be interfering either that or its too much with the control wire this is why its better to get the one in the dash and run the video moniter off the aux video out instead of trying to run 2 separate units
you have your wiring wrong, im guessing you have a rear view camera on there, you need to dissconnect the wire thats for the rear view camera (behind ur dvd) get another wire , connect one end to your backup lights (12v, red) and connect the other one to the wire for the camera behind ur dvd player
there is a safety brake wire that needs to be hooked up. If it was installed professionally, have them explain it to you.There is not supposed to be any video players in view of the driver while in motion. Stop your car and put on the parking brake. If you installed it yourself, you probably didnt hook up the wire. Look inthe install manual for DVD safety wire.
had this same problem after hours of testing found that for some reason there was no voltage at the screen made a jumper wire to go from 12 volt input to correct pin on ez view cable and both screens came on
1. Press the Menu button on your remote control 2. Press the 5 button on your remote control 3. Press the 7 button on your remote control 4. Press the 5 button on your remote control 5. Press the 3 button on your remote control 6. Press the 8 button on your remote control 7. The currently selected region will be indicated on the TV. 8. Press the 1 button on your remote control for region 1, the 2 button for region 2, and so on, or the 9 button for multi-region playback 9. Press the Menu button on your remote control 10. Press the Menu button on your remote control
Tested with Region 1 DVD's on my UK player (Region 2 bought from Comet)
If your getting the "Can't view dvd in drivers view must apply parking brake" you need to recheck your ground. You might want to try another location for the ground. If the unit is VM9410 you can simply ground the parking brake wire and you'll be good to go.