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Is not charging batteries but it will play off the batteries

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Check iside radio, there is a metal box which is your charger unit. You need to undo the 2 phillip screws on the charger housing to gain access to the fuse inside which is a 2 amp.

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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Hello,

The player charges, with or without playing a disc on it,

First step to charging your battery is having it plugged without playing it for a while.

There should be a light that comes on when you plug it to a power source.

When it is full, there also is another light that comes on to signify it is full.

You can also charge it while playing a DVD on it.

But if it does not charge when you plug it without playing a Disc on it, then there is a problem that need to be fixed on it.

test if the battery is charging.
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  2. wait for some time for it to have charged very well,
  3. unplug it from the power source,
  4. test a disc on it to see if it will play.
if it does not play, then it means there is a problem.
which could be that the battery may be faulty.

All you have to do is to replace the battery and it will work perfectly fine again.

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Your battery is fu.k.d up.  Take it back to the shop for exchange since it has a one year manufacturer warranty.
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