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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a K715 that was having the same problem. The "line select" had been switched from "in" instead of "out". Once I switched it back to "out", the player worked normal.
Posted on May 12, 2008
Hi... I have a battery from a unit that has an unrepairable AC power connection on the DVD player.... Interested?
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
1 st Check and see if you have power coming out the power plug.
2nd. Ckeck and see if the fuse is ok in the unit.
3rd Check and see if your cig ligter works in your power outlet.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
What I did with mine is check eBay for a 12 volt, DC LCD monitor adapter. These normally have sufficient amperage to handle these players.
I did a search on eBay today using search phrase:
"new power supply ac adapter for LCD monitor 12v 5a"
and came up with one for about $14.00 with shipping. You will need to check the plug when you get it and, if it does not fit, get one from Radio shack or, as I did, cut one from an old adapter I had laying around.
Most of these units require that the positive side goes to the center conductor of the plug (check the diagram on the player case over the plug to be sure) so make sure you set it up the way the diagram shows or very bad things will happen to your player.
You may be able to find a 12 volt adapter at Radio shack or somewhere else but these units need (according to the specs) about 1 amp from the supply to work and charge correctly. You "may" be able to get by with an 800 milliamp supply but I have not tested this.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
I am having maintaining power problems with my PD040922 when I try to use it the system clicks and goes back to LOADING option. I have tried to work through this problem by removing battery and just have mains power connection. Then I just use fully charged battery with the same problem occuring. Is there a solution, other than buying a new player?
Posted on May 25, 2010
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