Question about Insignia IS-PDO40922 Portable DVD Player
It could either be that the laser has become damaged/ worn-out; or all you have to do is plug your DVD player into the charger, leave it there for a few days & then turn it on & test it. Otherwise, it would be in your best intrest just to take it to the store you bought it from.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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