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My panasonic CN-HDS620D indash TV DVD when playing DVD does not have onscreen viewing i tryed to bypass it but it does not have a parking break wire what can i do

My panasonic CN-HDS620D has no onscreen viewing when am playing a DVD but i cloud hear what's playing on the DVD,it also does not have a parking break wire,i tried to bypass it but was unsuccessful.what should i do

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