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No picture my husband is on a trip with my son and the DVD player suddenly will not show video...he can get the audio. Any ideas? I purchased 3 months ago for Christmas. Of course beyond warranty!!!

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  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2008

    I have same unit an Audiovox D1798 7" dvd player that has audio but no picture..I checked your post here, but i have no button on the back as shown in the post.. Could it be somewhere else? I really would like to use this unit again for viewing my collection of DVD's.



    thanks for any help, Mike

  • tylermay45 Feb 27, 2008

    After using my audiovox portable dvd player three times the screen went black. I can see a slight movements and hear audio so I know the movie is playing. What do I do?

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YEPPI! It works! Thanks for helping me fix this problem!
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Thank you!! I have been trying to figure this out FOREVER!!! It worked immediately!!

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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That was exactly it!!!! Thank you!

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There is a button located on the back of the DVD player and where the screen closes. My button was stuck in the down position (should be up when screen is open). I used a small, pointed object to release the button and the picture came right back! Hope this helps! -Kris

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When i turn my dvd player on the screen just flashes and cuts off.

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Hi - make sure the CD is a DVD movie! - try Connecting to a TV or another monitor http://www.fixya.com/BrowseManual.aspx?mnlid=16&prdid=237876&__PAGED_=28 if the movie is showen on the other t.v and the player isnt then that's exactly the reason way the warranty is 90 days only good luck

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