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No video just a blue screen

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?

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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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