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Take the A\C adapter and plug it into the wall. Insert the rechargeable battery pack (if the unit is rechargeable then it would have came with a special battery pack, you cannot just put rechargeable batteries in the unit and charge them!) into the unit. Take the other end of the A/C adapter and plug it into the back of the unit (will probably have a label like D/C input or something), it will probably only fit in one spot. Did you not get a manual, if not try googleing it??
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First off, you need to hook up audio and video by using an A/V cable to connect the DVD player to the TV, yellow, white and red jacks are coded, match the jacks up, put one end of A/V cable to DVD player OUTPUT jacks and the other end to INPUT jacks in back of TV. Also same with Direct TV receiver, hook top set of jacks to TV, with A/V cable, also connect coaxial cable from satelite to matching satelite input jack. Connect power cables, and then you're set. Good luck to you!
1) Plug your power adaptor to main unit 2) locate "power on" switch and change it to "off"
after doing this steps you will see a red light which means the unit is charging.
note: for some portable player once the charging is complete this red light changes color either orange or green which means the battery already full charge. but it is adviceable to charge battery for atleast 2hrs.
Borrow or get a cheap volt meter to see if the power supply is working. Insert one probe on the inside, and one on the outside to see what is going on inside the power supply/charger. Does the power supply hum or get warm? If not, it was probably made pre-broken at the factory in china. Either that or it's power lead has a break, it's power output jack or where it connects to the main board on your portable DVD player. -Pro Hack
Plug in power plug from wall adapter on rear right of case. Power On/Off switch is on forward left side of case (forward of Brightness and Volume controls). This should be toward back of case to be off. If it is on. an LED on left front of case will be lit. This should be off for charging. When the battery is charging, an LED jus above the power jack will light up. When charging is complete, this LED will go off. The switch on the rear left side of the case is for internal/external video playing. It should be toward the front of the case for internal screen playing. (The FRONT of the case is the one that has the latch for opening the DVD cover.)
Usually what happens is the power jack the cord plugs into is broken
its solder joints. The manufacturers usually break the first rule
of soldering which is to not rely on the soldering for mechanical
If you feel up to totally dissassembling your unit to get at the bottom
side of the circuit board, all you have to do is an easy resolder of
the power jack.
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.