My player looks just like the pictured Audiophase CDM450, but is labeled CD350.
My rechargeable batteries were included in the unit at purchase, and are charged in the unit by using an adapter cord that was also included at purchase. The batteries are about the size of a stick of gum and are labeled Audiophase on one side and "rechargeable battery" NI-MH 1.2V
P-61767 1200mAh on the other.
Where can I get these???
I need to get a replacement adapter cord for my audiophase portable CD player model #CD350
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Did you take it apart to clean it? If so, look towards the back of the owners' manual for instructions. Otherwise, call Dorel Juvenile Group (their phone number is on a label - usually on the side of the seat) for specific directions.
It is critical the seat be assembled properly. DO NOT GUESS!
-- Marc Passionate Child Passenger Safety Instructor
Most car seats have only a model number on a label. The label may be on the bottom, back or either side of the seat. If a serial number is not available, the manufacturer will ask for the model number and date of manufacturer. Call the manufacturer for more info.
In the USA, call Dorel Juvenile Group (makers of the Maxi-Cosi seats) at 800-951-4113. You must have your model number and manufacturing date of the product to order parts. This information is identified on the car seat's labels. -- Marc
Contact the manufacturer. They ought to email you a manual within minutes. Manuals for car seats are very important, so you'll know when your child outgrows it.
In my car seats, the harness is hooked on the back to a metal buckle-looking thing that is attached to a piece of webbing. The webbing goes under the seat and out the front, where you pull on it to adjust the tension.
Simply remove the harness straps from the buckle-looking thing, pull out the front, push through the higher harness strap position, and reattach to the buckle-looking thing.
When I was doing research on your problem, I came across this recall. Please read and see if it relates to your product.
RECALL ID# 66785 - CHILD SEAT
Recall Date: July 28, 1993
Model Affected: AUTOMATE
Recall Summary: THE TONGUE OF THE BUCKLE ASSEMBLY CAN CORRODE. THIS DOES NOT COMPLY WITH FMVSS 213, "CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS." ALSO, THE LABEL WITH USE AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IS MISSING FROM THE PLAYSKOOL MODEL.
Consequences: BUCKLE ASSEMBLY CORROSION COULD AFFECT THE SAFETYPERFORMANCE OF THE CHILD RESTRAINT. THE MISSING LABEL MAY CAUSE IMPROPER USEOF THE CHILD SAFETY SEAT.
Remedy: KOLCRAFT WILL PROVIDE OWNERS WITH A FREE REPLACEMENT HARNESS ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. OWNERS OF THE AFFECTED CHILD SEATS SHOULD CALL KOLCRAFT TOLL-FREE AT 1-800-453-7673, TO OBTAIN A NEW REPLACEMENT HARNESS ASSEMBLY.
Notes: KOLCRAFT ENTERPRISES, INC.
Potential Car Seats Affected: 307017
Sounds like either the battery is bad or a diode is blown in the alternator. Could be the voltage regulator, but not likely.
Other than that, there is something connected to the electrical system that is draining the battery.