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U plug in the a/c power charger for the portable DVD player have power and work?Yes,than the litium battery is dead.Take out of the a/c charger like 4 or 6 hrs later dvd player have any battery power at all?No?Tries websites like Amazon.com,Ebay.com to buy a new litium battery or a compatible one for the replacement.
Most likely Neither. It is usually the Gearbox has gone bad. It is easy to replace, Peg Perego has a wonderful tech support they can walk you through it 1800-728-2108 if you need parts they handle that too, or you can go to www.mypegperegoparts.com
No JJR all the plugs need to remain plugged in. On the Pride chairs the light on the charger will only come on green when the batteries are fully charged. When you unplug the controller the charger thinks the batteries are fully charged and the light comes on. Now the problem is the batteries. If they are old or you have a bad battery then the charger never senses a full charge so no green light. Hope this helps
It should take about 6 hrs to charge. I had the same problem and reset the charging circuit. 1) Charge it until the green light comes on. 2) Unplug and pull battery out. 3) hold down the power on button 15-30 seconds. 4.) Put the battery back in, plug in the charger (direct - not through the dock) and charge for 72 hrs. Then, run at Max clean until the "I'm dead" tune plays.
I had a Storm Launcher battery that was unused for sometime and when I plugged it in to the charger, the light flashed red. I checked the voltage of the pack and it was down around 2.5V....from 7.4V. I figured the "smart charger" thought it had a dead or shorted cell and wouldn't kick in the charging circuit. I McGyver'd the two probes and alligator clips to connect the pack to a 9V. NiCad "dumb" charger. The light came on showing a charge and I left it for 5 mins. Unhooked it and checked the voltage. It was now 5 volts...supposed to be 7.4...but much better than 2.5. Plugged the pack into the AirHogs charger and the green light started flashing, indicating a charge. Later I got the double-flashing and 10 minutes after that FULL charge! Just needed a boost to start the smart charger.
Although what the previous post is correct, if the battery is new, and if you have the peg perego charger, you need to charge it 36 hrs the first time. After that, you can charge overnight. The peg perego charger has a small light on the front.When you plug the battery in the plugged up charger, it will show amber. When battery is charged it will show green. Don't leave it plugged up, after the first charge, longer than 24 hours.