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Necvox re-9269 i have wired everything to this machine that it needs and it does not work i just need to know if i am doing anything wrong the dome lights come on but the screen is blank when i have connected the dvd player and the tv tuner

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Hi don't know if this helps but the long grey lead that comes with it has a specific connector that also rund the pwer to the screen if the dvd player you have is not a necvox dvd player or tv tuner it wont work as the screen takes its power fron the dvd player through the grey lead
hope this helps
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Brett

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