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Re: Portable DVD Dual
Switch screens on the cables. Then you will know if the problem is in the screen, or in the cable or output from your player.
Check to see if the player has a source select button for the screens. Mine has the option to hook on an external source (dvd player, game console etc) and a switch determines which source goes to the screens. I.e. screen A can have the film from the internal planyer, and screen B can be used for playstation.
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see the diagram and test it: some block inside can be defective, however tight any wires connectors inside, you must open the DVD. if you can not do it go to the repair shopt TV for fix it God bless you
Sounds like it may be a bad linking cable or connection. Make sure you have cables inserted firmly and correctly. If possible, hook main unit to TV to be sure you are getting proper Video/Audio output.