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Technika PDVD2005 prtable DVD player, battery pack problem.

I have a Technika PDVD2005 prtable DVD player, that I used once and then stored away. Last week, after a long time in storage, I decided to use it to keep me amused on a flight, so duly charged up the power pack. When I tried to use it, I got one flicker on the screen then nothing. I charged it up again, same result. I suspect that having not been charged for such a long time, the pack has deteriorated and is now useless. Am I right, and if so, can replacements be aquired? Cheers, Bob E.

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the battery pack is charging but not holding charge beacause it was not used for a long time as you said.try to recharge and completely drain the batteries a couple of times and the batteries should start holding better the charge.Another thing you may want to check is if there is power coming out at teh battery pack connectors(you will need a small volt meter)

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