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If a portable, could be no charge or bad battery---output voltage is marked on the charger and can be tested with a meter---if voltage and battery are good (most units will work with the charger hooked even if battery is bad) then the unit has either a damaged jack where charger connects or has a power supply problem inside it.
U plug in the a/c power charger for the portable DVD player have power and work?Yes,than the litium battery is dead.Take out of the a/c charger like 4 or 6 hrs later dvd player have any battery power at all?No?Tries websites like Amazon.com,Ebay.com to buy a new litium battery or a compatible one for the replacement.
I have a similar unit with tandem DVD's. Chances are that your power source is good and the problem is the power port on the side of the unit. Both of my units have a broken post on the back of the circuit board. I've tried to solder them with limited success. One lasted two weeks, the other has brought me to this site looking for a service center. I'm sure it's a poor manufacturer design that puts too much stress on the solder post.
Try a standard multi voltage charger.
These come with a selection of connectors each one of a specific size and color coded.
so you pick the connector to fit the input jack then set the charger to the appropriate color to give the correct voltage.