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I am trying to bypass my blue screen on vm9512 on my dvd player so i a can watch me dvd all teh tiem can you help me out please

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Could someone tell me how to connect automatic antenna wire for car and it raise up when turn the radio or turn the stereo on ?
i had connect the blue wire to antenna put is not working?

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David

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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