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How do i charge my portable dvd player

I tried one one my round chargers but it didnt work so i tried another one it still didnt work so i just stop and tried my dvd charger in my room the red the yellow and white and pugged it on the side and it still did not work

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I hope you are checking to make sure that the charger(s) you are inserting into the player are the proper voltage and polarity for the model. This is why every device comes with a charger dedicated to the unit. Many devices use the same size plug but voltages and polarity can vary. The wrong charger inserted into the device may destroy the charging circuit.

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