Question about Venturer PVS177W Portable DVD Player
If you have the original power cord, should be 9 to 12 volts at 1.5 amp rating. You can go direct online to Venturer/Audiovox.com and look under updates/fixes for your model # and get a download update that you can copy onto a CD/ROM or DVD that will reset the programing as well as update your DVD player. This will also work for skipping issues if bumped etc. I have the same model and did the same thing to mine by mistake.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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