I purchased the NexxTech portable DVD player #N715PD at Circuit City as an open box item. They did not have the manual. Please tell me what sight I can go to for a download of the manual. I have tried but am unable to locate it. Please contact me.
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Hi the only chance you have of getting a replacement battery is to see if they have their own website or try going to your nearest electrical repair shop and they should be able to locate a replacement for you ill have a look for you now and see if their is any where local to you that stocks these types of battery. Could you tell me what part of the world your in as this will help me locate the nearest one to you
I have the manual.It's 20 pages. But the connection piece looks like only 2 pages. I know I had trouble and went to Circuit City with the unit. They showed me how to connect it. I could scan the connection pages to you.
If your getting audio but no picture, you know the laser is working, so you have an open video line. About all you can do is check that all connectors are in their sockets properly. While you have it all apart, check that there is no damage to the ribbon connectors.
I had the same problem when purchasing mine open box from CircuitCity. But this is how you do it. Pass it on.
While the unit is turned on, press and hold "MENU" and "Back (Track Left)" buttons simultaneously. Next, push and release reset button. Continue to hold "MENU" and "Back (track left)" until the unit reboots.
Usually this is an alignment problem-these players get banged around alot-also they suffer from people pushing the DVD or CD down too hard and this makes the space between the laser and disk smaller and this makes it unreadable-may need to take to store to get fixed-you may also try to lift the plate that the disk sits on by a millimeter or so and try it-they get pushed down from putting disk on the plate-that may help -it can't hurt as it already does not work-good luck
Sorry to say, Circuit City is right. These cheap home theatre in a box solutions are very very shady. They put the DVD player, preamp, and reciever all in one little box. Not very handy to adding options or plugs but very very cheap to produce. Ever notice why large home treaters have about 5 big black boxes and a DVD player? This little box is trying to be all of them.
If this was a reciever combo(as zenith wants you to think) then you could do EVERYTHING you were thinking would just make sense. Unfortunately, you trusted Zenith instead of Circuit City(gah i hate saying that). At any rate, if you still have receipt, return it!!!!
I will help you pick a system to suite your needs. I do all the things you want on a system i got for 500 bucks.