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Screens not working

My video screens for my car dvd player are not working. I have tried switching the cables and screens around. I'm now assuming that it is a problem with the dvd player itself. The screens don't even appear to power up; however, I can hear the disc spinning in the dvd player. Is it just time to get a new player? Thanks, Mel

Posted by Melanie Hartley on

  • kmartin50 Feb 25, 2009

    exactly the same symptoms. The Main unit apears to be working ok, the screens just dont power up at all. I have sometimes had a problem with one screen in the past, and its just a case of adjusting the leads (pushing in helped rectify previous times). But both screens aren't doing anything regardless of what I do now. I really don't want to order the leads only as they can be expensive if the screens are busted.



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Whats a lead?

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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Befor you go out getting new dvd player,try purcheasing a new lead from the manufactuer becouse that will be cheeper than a new unit. it sounds to me that it is your lead and not the player

Posted on Mar 17, 2007

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