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hi!! did you see my other post? if not, take the model # and google or bing,etc...the audiovox home web page/site. you should be able to download for free a copy of user manual, you can print it out. then buy a charger online. good luck!!
Hello Check the power cord first, for its conductor continuity using a multmenter. It the cord is OK, the fault is with its built in power suppy regulator board. You should have through knoledge in electronics, all tools to disassembe it, enough experence in serivcing Switch Mode Type poer supply circuit boards. If you have all of these, download its service manual from any site, and do the work by yourself. If you are not well experienced to do this work, get the set repaired either by any experienced service technician, or by the Atuthorised Service Center for Audiovox at your town. OK.
Does anyone know the warranty on this product? We should file a class action suit because obviously we are all having the same problem with the charger and they must know about it. Mine is only a couple months old and used sparingly - now its dead. I called Audiovox at 800-645-4994 and went thru automated hell to speak with someone. They referred me to www.18002526123.com which sells parts (chargers) for the DVD player. That is totally bogus - they sell a bad product then want me to flip the bill to get it repaired. I don't think so.