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denny

Trouble With My Dvd Player

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hi does anybody know where im going wrong. i have fitted a dvd player in my ka. i have used the correct plugs. but for some reason the player wont hold the setting in the memory. i have tried changing the red lead and the yellow lead with no different results. i was wondering if anyone else has had this problem.

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Maybe have the battery tested? Have you noticed anything else regarding starting the car etc?

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rick g, i have tested the battery, it test fine how i tested because of starting problems. sometimes it starts fine, and others its a struggle. everything else works fine though.

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does the player need to have a permanent live feed to hold the memory, check to see you have this if the player needs it.

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Seems strange if you have swopped the red and yellow leads over and its still not holding the memory. You need to test that you still have a permanent live from the car to the unit. A fuse may have blown while you were connecting it up and only the switched live is powering the unit.

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It is missing it's Perm live for sure as btmaldon says check for a Premanent live.

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