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Looking for powerpak

Could you please e-mail me as to where I can get a battery pak for DP8440? I have the Portable DVD with power pak but no battery pak for this. Looking for one and how much would it cost? Thank you in advance. Steve

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Sorry but the only one i found was $129.99 and out of stock

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