Question about Panasonic DVD-LA95 Portable DVD Player
When we have been using the DVD player in the car, the batteries fully charged, it will just turn off when in use. We power the DVD player back up and after a few minutes it will just turn off again. The problem does not happen all of the time when using. When this has happen, I have confirmed that the batteries are charged. It has not happened when it has been plugged into an outlet. I think that it might have a loose wire or board that when it is been held in the car, the motion causing it to turn off. Any thoughts?
As you say - - if it does not happen all the time, you have the worst problem ever.
AN INTERMITTENT FAULT - Horrid
You are likely to be correct, and have a loose connection / poor solder joint / dry joint within the unit.
Time and patience could find this fault - as long as you have a soldering iron, and a good avo..
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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