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Hello, We have a Kawasaki PVS2907S portable dual-dvd system, Mfg in 2006. The kids were watching a movie and one of the screens went very dim (unwatchable). We tried a few things and determined that it is isolated to one particular screen, no matter where we plug it into. Any suggestions as to why the screen would get immediately dim, without anyone touching any buttons? thanks very much.

Posted by tkruschke77 on Apr 05, 2010

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After checking with a number of parts replacement sites unfortunately it doesn't look like anyone is stocking replacement screens for your particular model. A number of them do stock parts for model #'s (all start with PVS unless otherwise noted) 10921, 1963, 1665, 32801, and 1080. None of those is a direct replacement for your model.Another avenue to explore would be to find a used unit like yours that you could strip for parts. I wasn't able to find any listings in any of the North American sellers sites including the big one such as eBay and Amazon. As this model was sold in Europe you might want to try some of your local websites. I must apologize for not being able to provide you with better news.
Well what can happen, is that the LCD, or Inverter, Driver, or Backlight, or all or some combination, has gone faulty. This is a very common occurrence. We get many in the shop. They usually, have one of those symptoms described before, and providing that parts can be obtained, it shouldn't cost too much to get repaired. However it may prove, uneconomic, to do so, as often, I find, by the time, you pay for shipping, the parts, and labor, it often approaches the cost of a new unit, also the new unit, has a warranty too. I recommend, that you take it to a reputable service center, a Kawasaki agent would be best, ask for a "Quote" for the repair, that way you can decide to repair or replace.
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