I have a Farehheit DVD35 player. What are the color's and voltages of the 14 pin connector on the back of the unit. I recently had a remote start and wiring removed and they cut the power to the DVD. They do not know what the input wies or voltages are. I have lost the owners/installation manual.
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1 White Left Front Positive 2 Green Left Rear Positive 3 Violet Right Rear Positive 4 Grey Right Front Positive 5 Blue/White Amplifier Remote 6 Blue Antenna Remote 7 Red Accessory 12 Volts 8 Black Ground 9 White/Black Left Front Negative 10 Green/Black Left Rear Negative 11 Violet/Black Right Rear Negative 12 Grey/Black Right Front Negative 13 Sky Blue Telephone Mute 14 Orange/White Illumination 15 Not Used Not Used 16 Yellow Constant 12 Volts
Its best to buy a new connector rather than using different ones as colors could be meaningless depending on where it was made as in china and that some colors are used with no significance to them.
Or you could try that connector worst that will happen is either unit won't turn on you Fuse in fusebox will blow which is so cheap to replace and normally you have box of spare fuses most people have them.
First Plug out the dvd player , then remove the cable from the back of the tv , leave for about 5 minutes then put the cable back then plug back in startup and it should work if not bring it back to the place where you bought it .. Hope i helped
ATX Version 1.2 - 20 wire motherboard connector
The color scheme used for the voltages in the 20 pin connector holds for the other ATX standard power supply connectors. However, brand name manufacturers often build proprietary power supplies or make up their own color coding, so I wouldn't throw out a power supply that supplies 5V where you think it should supply 3.3V. It's more likely a proprietary design than a failure.