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do you get a splash screen when there is no Disc playing ( something that says something like DVD VIDEO). If not and the scren is just always black then it sounds like the backlighting circuit has failed
portable DVD's encounter that problems more often.because of its folding action,the flat wire connecting the screen to the DVD board breaks and causes no picture.try to open it up and check it or bring to a tech.
This need arepair as the controller board is giving out there is not much we can do here but send you to a GPX autherized repair to have it fixed but these things beeing so cheap now days I would just go to best buy and they will recycle this old one give you a gift cart for whatever amount they think its worth toward a new one..
Many DVD players are preset to one region and if you use a DVD destined for any other region, the player will refuse to play. Some players have the option to change this to universal mode. Check your player's manual if yours has this facility.
Yes. You can play VCD movies and and Audio CDs on most players.
The pin on a regular 3.5mm av to rca is TOO SHORT. If you get the unit from GPX, you'll note it is a bit longer. I found this problem also affected Sony and other portable DVD players - the regular 3.5mm plug is TOO SHORT. I haven't found a source other than GPX for the av cable with the correct length plug. Weird but true.