Question about Audiovox FPE1078 7.8 in. TV/DVD Combo
You could open the TV up and follow the cord until you can find some kind of fraying or break in the cord or leads they are connected to. If it's the cable itself, you can solder them back together and wrap it in electrical tape. You just have to be careful about making sure the right wires are connected and that none of them are touching each other. Use the electrical tape to separate the wires so they don't short out and start a fire. If it's not the wire itself, then it's possibly the power supply it's connected to.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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