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Playing DVD
nippynorman
 

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Playing DVD

This is probably the stupidest question that anyone has asked but here goes. How do you watch a dvd? The dvd plays fine but switches off after about 5 minutes or so. The only way to keep the thing running is to keep starting the engine. Surely this can't be right - DVDs can't burn that much power surely? I can watch a couple of DVD's in my van with the ignition on auxiliary. This has a much smaller battery that the evoke.

Thanks for any advice people can give.
13-02-2018 09:10pm
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Steve D
 

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RE: Playing DVD

It’s pretty standard on most modern LR's. There are a lot of electrically dependent systems on them that give out all sorts of faults with a low battery. Your van probably doesn’t have as much.

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14-02-2018 08:41am
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bee
 

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RE: Playing DVD

(14-02-2018 08:41am)Steve D Wrote:  It’s pretty standard on most modern LR's. There are a lot of electrically dependent systems on them that give out all sorts of faults with a low battery. Your van probably doesn’t have as much.

steve is correct, afraid most modern car power switches off after a few minutes. Sad

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14-02-2018 08:27pm
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