Question about Insignia NS-PDVD10 Portable DVD Player
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.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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