Question about Audiovox PVS72901 Portable DVD Player
If you remove the 4 screws to the top of the RBN-300 battery holder, then separate the halves, you will see a small IC board charge controller in the top 1/2. Remove the 3 screws to it, gently remove the board & (with a magnifier) look at the contact to the side of the board from the power plug (close to the LED light.
If you wiggle the low volt power plug, I expect you will see that the solder joint has broken on the board edge. Resolder & reassemble -I use hot melt glue to help support the plug to avoid re-breakage between plug & board.
This may fix your problem unless the erratic circuit connection has killed either the control board or you battery.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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