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Look at the old adapter if you have it. Match up the voltage requirement. and meet or exceed the current (mA) rating. also make sure it is DC if required. Any adapter that has the right voltage and current output will work. Also you can go over the voltage but like 20% ie: 12V works for 9V, and 15V works for 12V and so on. But if you go under the voltage requirement, only do so by 10 percent. And increse the current requirement proportionally. Chances are you have an old adapter around that you are not using. If you need to change the connector, the wire with the white stipe on it is usually positive. So long as you match them up you should be ok.
1)If you have a friend or know someone who have basic knowledge with electronics better ask that person to check your charging adaptor ( AC to DC adaptor) In the adaptor itself it indicates the DC voltage output it produced(ex. 3V / 4.5V / 8.5V /12 V )
2) if you don't know someone having knowledge with electronics, check the Voltage specs. of your adaptor , voltage polarity and the Dc jack size. You can alternatively purchase adaptor having the same specs.,polarityand dc jack size in a cheaper price.It's also adviceable to carry with you ,your portable player upon purchasing new adaptor so you can actually see if you have problem with the adaptor itself or the player does.
you have a problem of some short circuit in your monitor.
solution:please check out the power cord if there is any opening or mix up with other wires.
check out the cable and cord .check out whether you connect it in the same direction.
I had to buy a replacement charger a while back. E-mail Audiovox through their website with the model of the DVD player and the part number of the adapter and they will let you know where you can purchase the replacement. It's throught another company, just can't remember and you can order it online - they'll give you the website. It only costs about $15.00.
The UK has a standard mains voltage supply of 220 to 240 v AC. So you need a 240 v in to 12v DC out regulated power supply, probably require a secondary current of 2.5 amps. Just be careful that the connector polarity is wired correctly. Farnel /cpc sell the adaptor linked below in the uk [phone to order- pay by credit card] which looks good value and will probably do the job: