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Hello, I have a power acoustik PD-712 7" lcd in dash head unit. My problem is, all of my power is connected correctly fuses checked as well . Why is my 7" LCD not producing a image or even turning on?

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Assuming you have all the connections correct and there is the appropriate signal (12v, ground, etc then tour unit is defective.

Posted on Sep 06, 2016

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Disconnecting the cables shouldnt have hurt it. Make sure you got the plugged back in ALL the way and try again. Post results here.

Posted on Sep 12, 2007

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in the USA that is ilegal but if you wanted some of my colleagues put the parking cable of the stereo to ground.Good luck

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check that you havent squashed the radio into the dash cause if its squashed in the dash the screen wont come out maybe get it out so the radio is in your hand then press the open button if it comes out then thats what it is if it doesnt its your mechanism

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Posted on Aug 18, 2010

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I would check if your vehicle has a factory amp. Often times they must be bypassed. I had a similar problem with my 1998 Mits. Eclipse Spyder. I had to wire all the speakers directly.

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SOURCE: POWER ACOUSTIK PD-103B In-Dash Single DIN DVD AM/FM Receiver with 10.3-Inch will not play movies from s/d card or usb port

its not supposed to do that,read your manual,it only reads memory cards,,it plays dvds
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First of all, you need to isolate what is causing the problem. No output (sound from the sub) could be a defect in the 1) Wiring, 2) Head unit, 3) Speaker(s), or 4) The amp itself.

Start to systematically eliminate the possible causes. Connect your subs to a known good system. If they work, it's got to be something else. Check the RCA cables from your head unit to the amp. Check the speaker wiring. Check the amp on-board fuses.

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No it is not normal for the amp to stay on when you turn the ignition off. And yes, it will definitely drain your battery if this condition is not corrected.

Use a multimeter set to volts and check between the ground connection (right connector) and remote turn-on connection (center connector) on the amp itself. You should have approximately 12V when the ignition and your head unit is on. And 0V when they are off. If you measure voltage when the ignition and head unit are off, either the incorrect wire is connected to the remote terminal, or the defect is in your head unit. If you measure OK, that is voltage present when ignition and head unit are on, and no voltage when they are off, then the problem is most likely in the amp itself. If you find voltage on the remote wire all the time, check to see that it is coming from the correct output from the head unit. Most aftermarket head units use a blue or a blue/white wire for the remote amp turn-on lead. Many (most) stock OEM receivers do not have a remote amp turn-on lead. But they may have a power antenna lead which will serve the same purpose. In any case, just insure that the correct wire is connected to the amp. It should have voltage when the head unit is on and no voltage when the head unit is off.

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