Question about Memorex MVDP1072 Portable DVD Player
Used in Audiovox DVD players. I've burned out two of them in two years. The guys at Radio Shack tell me it's the most common failure on these units, the brushes don;t hold up. My real aggravation is I can't find a replacement motor, and don't think much of spending $200 for a new player every year.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like the power supply isnide your DVD player is your problem. if its really old then may be worth upgrading as the cost of repair may well be more than a replacement player.
You will need to continue using your Modulator with the new DVD player but DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RETUNE YOUR TELEVISION - IT IS NOT NECESSARY. Just plug the new DVD player in place of your old one
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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