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Where can I purchace a car charger for my venturer?

I am assuming that the power cord has gone bad because there is no power to either unit. This is only a year old.

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  • johnphel Dec 27, 2008

    No power, last time had hard time car charger staying connected. Now no power.

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You can buy a new car adapter by clicking on the hyperlink:
buy replacement car adapter power charger cord for VENTURER PVS62911

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Is this a dvd player if so on screw the tip of the charger and check the fuse if thats good try diffrent car cig lighter

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If you are using the wall outlet, plug the end of the power cord into the charger then plug it into the wall outlet. Then turn on the charger. Disconnect when the red charging LED goes out. (If you press the TEST button, you can find out the state of the battery. After a number of charge/discharge cycles (even when unused), the battery will need to be replaced every few years.)

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Possible cuase:
1 AC adapter failure
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First replace it with another working charger, see if the problem gone. If not, there may be strong possibility that the power jack was broken.

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The battery has side terminals (not posts like nonGM batteries)
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7. Plug in charger it should show charging. Leave it over night
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