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Just found this and it worked! Hope it does for you as well: There should be a button on the DVD remote control with a headphone symbol on it. Make sure the headphones are turned on(red indicator on earpiece) and push the headphone button on remote. The headphones will only work in the back seats of the vehicle. Once you have audio to the headphones, you should be able to hit the AM/FM button on the radio and listen to the radio while back passengers use the headphones for video.
On most overhead systems there is a switch or button that turns the sound off the headphones. Also sometimes if the headphones are turned off sometimes that enables the audio to goto the vehicles system. Do you have it directly connected to the cars radio or do you have a wireless fm modulator that you have to tune it to an fm radio station?
When your son pulled out the headphones he must have broke the auto pressure switch right inside of the headphone jack input (its most lickly just bent out of place making a contact that is telling the amp the headphones are still in! you can try to bend the contact back into place...but if it is broken it will need replaced (a cheap repair!)
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