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We hate to be accused of not aswering any questions posted here but we're too busy answering questions posted here to defend ourselves. Anyway, Portable DVD players tend to be subject to early failure because the design is simply not rugged enough to withstand prolonged use. My Insignia player lasted for only 3 or 4 sessions and then failed completely. Maybe one of the other specialists on this site can provide some specifics about Nexxtech players
Hi the only chance you have of getting a replacement battery is to see if they have their own website or try going to your nearest electrical repair shop and they should be able to locate a replacement for you ill have a look for you now and see if their is any where local to you that stocks these types of battery. Could you tell me what part of the world your in as this will help me locate the nearest one to you
See my other posting. I doubt it's your power cord at all. These units
are notorious for this. Do a 'google' search on them and see what I
mean. I can only reccomend that you invest in some research before
buying another one. Price is NOT everything! It ain't a bargin if it's
worthless! (Or: Paying anything, however little, is TOO much for
something worth nothing) I will canabolize mine for the screen. I paid
$20.00 for it at Goodwill. I know how to do this, but I realize most
folks don't, or do not have the time, nor inclination to do so. I'm
disabled, so time I have, money I don't.
Open tray, press on the remote, stop-2-3-7-9, press arrow down until 0 and press ok.
Make shure you put TV TYPE --> ntsc in the general setting
I tried this (on a multisystem set that can be "made to think" that it's a PAL or NTSC set as the case may be) and it worked. The Nexxtech DP3222 and the Entiveo DP3220 are basically the same unit except that (a) the hack for the Nexxtech doesn't require resetting every time you turn the unit on and off, unlike the Entiveo (this is really annoying) and (b) you can set the Nexxtech to multisystem, NTSC, or PAL standards, whereas the Entiveo is NTSC-only, but (c) the fast-forward on the Nexxtech is somewhat less intuitive than on the Entiveo (involves holding a button down). All in all, I prefer the Nexxtech, if only because it is more easily hackable. And I would have sworn that the Nexxtech had a blue screen saver on it before I started hacking it, because now it has a really gross-looking black-and-white screen saver. But I don't care about screen savers as long as the unit does what I want it to do.