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Recharging battery I lost the cord to recharge the battery from an electrical outlet. Is there a generally available cord I could get at Target/Radio Shack, etc?

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  • brooklynboy Mar 20, 2008

    portable dvd player (S2153 LISTED E 227449-63 TJ) J parts 1040-10 and 1040.11
    The dvd stops before movies are finished. Do I need a new battery? Where can I get one? Is that the problem? If it needs to be repaired, where can I bring the DVD player in NYC?

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I have extra new, never used batteries\
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