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Battery not charging, but power still work using mains adapter. Do I need a new battery, if so were can I get one? Help Please

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  • robpapabear Mar 28, 2008

    Hi Ez-cheese



    The make and model is as follows:



    Durabrand PDV705 U

    battery model is BAT-05



    any help is sourcing a battery would be great.






  • pest101 Jun 29, 2008

    battery does not show red light when being charged and does not have power when connected to dvd player, but have power when connected to ac adaptor

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If the battery is not charging but the player works on AC power then yes you need a new battery. I can possibly help you with that if you give me the make and model # of your player.

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Ez-cheese can you help me also? I too have a zenith dvd player and mines is not charging either. It's not charging even when I plug it in. The red light does not come on when I plug it in so it's not charging. Can you help me and tell me what you think the problem is? It was working fine just yesterday I just don't understand. anyway reply asap thanks

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  • Prescious Sep 04, 2008

    ez-cheese my zenith portable dvd player is not charging either. Even when I plug it in, the red light does not come on. Can you help me and tell me what you think the problem is? reply soon thanks

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