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SOUND NOT GETTING ANY

I recently purchased a 2004 ford expidection witch was equipt with a directed dvd player but i dont hear any sound, what could be my solution?

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It may seem obvios but take the dvd player out of the dashboard and check all connections.if this fails you may have to take it to a audio specialist to check if the internal amplifier of the unit is functioning correctly.

Posted on Mar 08, 2007

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