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The fuse is usually blown when this happens. If you know how to find the fuse and replace it this should give you power on again. If this doesn't help then you may have had power surge and just blew the mother board. If this is the case then you may just need to get a new one for they are really priced low now.
I had the same problem. I took it apart and found a blown capacitor on the power board. It was a 10v 1000Uf high temp. capacitor. I replaced it with a new one and the dvd player worked fine. The capacitor can be ordered for a couple bucks and replace easily if you know how to solder.
Usually, you must get a replacement through the manufacturer. However, many products share common cord designs, & you may be able to find a compatible cord at your local thrift stores. They often have odd cord sections.