The second screen on the dual player will not work. If you "play" with the wire, it works sometimes but the wire isn't designed to where you can replace it that easily. I have ordered a replacement wire and that also does not work.
Please let me know if this can be resolved.
It is most likely an internal connection to which the wire connects to which is the problem since it wasn't resolved with a new wire and works intermittently when jiggled. According to Walmart's warranty information, Lenoxx Electronics Corp. services this DVD player brand. Their website www.lenoxx.com confirm that assumption. I suggest contacting the company and seeing what you can find out.
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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
i found the problem of the video blackout of the second screen, it's the chip marked CC5R sot23-6 close to the a/v connector. it's possible to make it work without changing the IC but you won't be able to have an output or input depending what you want to do if you want to make it work as original, replace that chip and it will work again. any other questions i will come back soon
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.
There is no simple "at home" solution to any of these problems listed. However, Since it tries to play or at-leastplaysCd's, then that will indicate that affordable repair is possible. I have already repaired several of the Dual units already. With the 7" Dual screen sets, I had to replace the laser assembly or the spinner motor (not spinning fast enough). With the 8" Dual Screen sets, I found mostly that the laser ribbon was binding up in the movement of the laser and preventing it to move to proper position. These repairs should be done by a qualified technician.
1. AUDIO CD METHOD (Permanent) ** Insert Audio CD ** Press PLAY ** Press STOP twice on remote ** Enter 26604 on remote ** Press ENTER ** Take out Audio CD and Insert a DVD Credit: Myself via a DUAL Tech
2. DVD METHOD (Permanent) ** Insert a DVD ** Let it play until you hear sound ** Press STOP twice on remote ** Enter 26604 ** Press ENTER Credit: Adam P.
The blue warning screen should immediately go away after pressing the last digit of "26604." Still press ENTER as a precaution.