Question about Venturer PDV880 Portable DVD Player
I would suggest you try cleaning the battery contacts on the battery itself and the player first. Sometimes, a coating or dirt and dust may build up on the contacts and cause the battery and device to not recharge or function properly. You can look in my profile under my tips and tricks to find detailed information on how to clean the contacts.
To find a replacement battery it is of course always best to order one directly from the device manufacturer ( based on the information provided in your device description above). If you purchased your device from a local electronics store in your area, there is a good chance they will carry replacement components they sell. You might also want to call around to electronics stores and see if they have something that is compatible with your player, this will save you some time and money if you can find one.
I hope this helps resolve your problem. If you need further assistance please feel free to ask.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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