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Battery pak will not keep a charge.

I've charged the battery pak up and it will not charge. Where can I get a new battery pack for my Mintek 7" inch portable DVD player?

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Mintek Portable DVD Player Battery Recall


Mintek Recall Hotline: (866) 709-9500
CPSC Consumer Hotline: (800) 638-2772
CPSC Media Contact: (301) 504-7908


CPSC, Mintek Digital Inc. Announce Recall of Portable DVD Player Batteries WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.
Name of Product: Portable DVD player battery packs
Units: About 116,000.
Manufacturer: Mintek Digital Inc. of Anaheim, Calif.
Hazard: The battery can overheat and explode while recharging, posing a burn and fire hazard to consumers.
Incidents/Injuries: Mintek has received 10 reports of incidents, including nine cases of the battery pack overheating and/or catching fire and one report of the battery pack overheating and bursting.
Description: The recall involves battery packs used with the Mintek portable DVD players with a 7” (diagonal) screen and model number DVD-1710. “Mintek DVD-1710” is printed on the top and bottom of the unit. The DVD player is silver and grey colored and the battery pack is silver with a nameplate on the bottom that is marked RB-LiP01 or RB-LiP02.
Sold At: Electronic and department stores nationwide, including Best Buy, from September 2002 through January 2005 for between $200 and $300.
Manufactured in: China
Remedy: Consumers should stop using and stop recharging the battery pack immediately and contact Mintek Digital for a free replacement battery. Consumers can continue to use the DVD player, with the AC power adapter and not the battery pack, until they receive a replacement battery pack.
Consumer Contact: Contact Mintek Digital toll-free at (866) 709-9500 anytime or visit the company’s Web site at www.mintekdigital.com. Consumers also can contact the company by mail at Mintek Digital Inc, 4915 E. Hunter Ave., Anaheim, CA 92807

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Hello,
To charge the battery back you want to
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  2. Attach the battery pack to the player.
  3. Connect the AC power adapter and the power cord to the player.
  4. Charging will now start and the Power/Charge indicator should now be orange.
  5. Do not unhook either cord until the Power/Charge turns off.
  6. Time of charging is approximately 4 1/2 hours.
  7. The battery pack will more than likely get warm while charging. This is normal. Keep it as much in the open as you can for the best ventilation possible.
  8. You will get a low power indicator on the screen when the battery has a low charge.

As for playback time you will get about 2 1/3 hours of actual playback and about 4 hours of standby with the DVD player actually on.
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