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When I plug it in, the light goes on, but it won't play a DVD--the disc doesn't even turn.

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  • callistere Nov 02, 2008

    I'm using the power supply that came with it. No, the screen doesn't come on. Just the power light. Thanks for your help.

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Are you using the correct rated power supply for the DVD player, is it the official power supply that came with it. Sometimes problems like these occure when a replacement "universal" adapter is used and the voltage and current rating is incorrect for the item.

Also does the screen come on or is it just the power light which turns on?

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