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Battery The piece broke that the AC adapter fits into to charge the battery...is there any other way to charge the battery or do I need to invest in another dvd player?

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Hi,
this is the wrong place to post your suggestion.
What are you refering to. DVD player in what ?
A Laptop or a stand alone player, which assumidly runs off batterys and DC Mains ?
Mike at compurepair.

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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