Question about Audio & Video Receivers
Are you getting a blue screen saying it is unlawful to view while in drive? if so it is against state laws to install an on/off switch in line with the green park break wire to a ground allowing you to click 3 times and confuse the radio to think its in park you should never do this its dangerous to you and every other driver on the road :)
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
First try to change the cord maybe there is invisible breaks or cut inside the cable cord that you can't see.If ever you change already and still no picture ,then the problem is in the TV unit, the video connector is cracked or loose or cold solder joint.Just re works the solder of the audio / video connector section,so its works normal again.You can do it yourself or find a good technician to do works for you...
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Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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There would be two possible reasons why there would be no video on a Clarion VRX775VD.
the first would be the video interface which simply is like the video card of your computer. This rarely go bad but if suspected would require that the unit be removed from the vehicle's dash and repair works carried out on a workbench.
The second would be the backlight. You can actually verify this by playing a video DVD/VCD preferably at night and with a flashlight, shine a light on the screen. If you see semblance of the movie, then you have just confirmed it to be a bachlight issue.
Backlight could then further be wither the CCF lamps (cold cathode florescent) or the inverter. The CCF lamps are similar to the long thin lamps used in laptop displays. The inverter on the other hand is a PCB that houses the component that converts your car's 12VDC into a high voltage high frequency power that supplies the CCF.
All of course require the services of a qualified professional. If you are considering a DIY (do-it-yourself), pls post back.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back as requested, how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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