Question about Polaroid PDM-0824 Portable DVD Player
This is called "audio transfer saturation. Rarely happens but will when there is constant use of player. Drain saturation by removing battery (if attached), With the power adapter still attached, turn off player and unplug adapter from wall for several hours. Saturation should discharge back through you adapter. Disconnect adapter from player before plugging back into wall.You may have to do this periodically when constant music is played.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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