Question about Venturer PDV880 Portable DVD Player
I have a simple yet effective solution for you. Buy a whiteboard marker and use it to write/mark on the spots where the permanent marks are and quickly erase with a dry cloth or a cotton bud.
Be sure not to use any liquid cleaning product or alcohol or you may erase the markings (play/pause) underneath; then you will have to guess the buttons.
As for what the whiteboard marker is, its th same marker that is used to write on whiteboards in schools.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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