Question about Curtis DVD8017 Portable DVD Player
If the warranty is already expired, and you have some spare time, VERY carefully, remove the screws on your player and look for dust. This could be causing overheating. Also, if it freezes, try feeling for hot spots. A blown fuse could be causing this and you may be throwing away a 2 dollar fix. If this does not help, bring it to your nearest technical assistance provider and tell them your situation.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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