The DVD player works fine when plugged into regular outlet in house. It used to work fine in the car too but now when we plug into car it doesn't work. We've replaced the fuses in the cord and even bought a whole new cord. We've replaced the fuse in new cord too when it burned out instantly. Help. Need for long car rides with kids. Not sure if it's getting a short etc.
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I have this same DVD player and had the same problem. I have recently discovered that when we open the flip top, one of the "joints" that keeps the flip top attached to the player kind of pops out? We had to snap it back into place after opening the DVD player. Our light still does not come on but the player does work. Just a suggestion!
most portable dvd players arent meant to stay plugged in for long periods of time because they overcharge the batteries or cause damage to the players power supply regardless of how expensive they are .
However you can get a dvd player unit that is mounted in an overhead console (from a car stereo outlet that will last go to this site to see examples: www.mobilevideo4less.com/suv-systems.html - 40k