My player shuts off automatically after about 13 minutes. The battery indicator flashes like the battery is dead almost immediately after I turn it on even when I just charged it. I checked the battery voltage after it did this and it was still the same as freshly charged (7.6V). I can repeatedly turn the player back on and it turns off again after about 13 minutes every time. It seems there is something wrong with the battery power sensor. Please help. This is very annoying.
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Plug out the device,Open the outer shell or strip the outer shell take a hair dryer heat up the board slightly until it feels slightly warm then plug in and switch on and remove disc.Then put outer shell back and fasten screws that where removed.
do you get any sound? how about flash a light at the screen and see if you can see any video. if you get sound and video on the sceen but has not light then either your light is bad or the p/s goin to it. if it is completely dead, then you should be able to test it by pluggin it into a power supply. if its still dead then you may have bigger problems. if you want to continue into it, please let me know. also let me know what you see.
After changing the battery please check weather the remote works or else you need to reprogramme it.
For programming please follow the below steps
1.Press the Setup button on your the universal remote and continue to hold it down until the indicator light stops flashing and remains solid. Release the Setup button.
2.Press the Mode button for the type of device you want to program on your Philips universal remote, such as the TV or DVD button. 3.Release it immediately and make sure the indicator light is illuminated. 4.Enter the first possible four-digit code on the universal remote, and then press another button on the remote to see if the device is now programmed, such as the volume control or power button. 5.If the device responds, you have successfully programmed your Philips universal remote. 6. If not, turn the device off and back on and follow the steps again using the next code on the list. Repeat until the device successfully responds
Ur wife overload,the power board,and also kill the litium battery.This DVD player exspensive?Not,not worth repairing,must take to shop,probally must order the power board for replacement,to repair for u.
That is a low battery warning icon. Check first the DC adapter/charger output. It might be not working so the battery is drained. Then the player will not turn on. The player will still turn on even the battery is dead when plugged into an outlet.
I had the exact problem as the other two above but resolved the situation as follows: I connected the battery to the charger and switched the power on. The charge light on the battery glowed 'red' as it should and some time later, not as long as it should have been, the light changed to 'green' indicating it was fully charged. At this point I removed the charge lead from the battery and then replacedit. The charge light reverted to 'red' again. When it eventually changed to 'green' I repeated the above step and did so for the next 18 hours. I then connected the battery to the player and played a dvd 1hr 55min film. It worked fine. I hope the solution works for yuo!!