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Old 06-27-2016, 09:15 AM   #1
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Question on my DVD System

Hi again. We bought our 2016 Fleetwood Flair last October and the unit has been in the shop on two occasions for such long durations (5 months total) that we are now finally taking just our second weekend trip! Tried to watch a movie and had no luck. I have one of those switch boxes behind the TV cabinet up front. I pushed the DVD button and though I could hear the DVD working, I continue to get the "No Signal" message even after cycling through the other options. I've tried changing the "source" on the TV remote - still nothing. If anyone has a similar system, I would love to know what if anything I'm doing incorrectly.


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Old 06-27-2016, 05:18 PM   #2
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'Fraid it'll have to go back in the shop again!

Many times you have to select DVD as the source, but also have to select where you want that signal sent --- The front TV. That's the way the B.O.M.B. (Box Of Many Buttons) usually works. Check what type of output cable is connected to the DVD. If it's HDMI, your TV should have an input port for that. If it's coax cable, it might be going through the B.O.M.B.

Does the TV work from antenna or cable connections? You could try that. Also, if all else fails, use a separate cable and hook the TV directly to the DVD player until you get it figured out.

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