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Just take the voltages of that bad boy and the poloarity any universal adaptor will work just fine. Do notget cought up in the garbage that it will not. Radioshack is your good freind on this. You do not need a duraband AC adaptor you can use a universal one at best.
You should go to a local electronics shop with the old adaptor.
They merely need to match:
Plug polarity (center positive or negative)
There is nothing "magic" about the original vendors power adapter.
from small electronics companies and puts it under the Durabrand name.
Very Sneaky. The company that makes the DVD player is called Lenoxx.
There website is www.lenoxx.com. Here is the rest of their contact
info. Customer Service Evergo Corp. 35 Brunswick Ave. Edison, NJ 08817
Tel : (800) 315-5885 Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
Fridays 8:00 am - 1:45 pm EST Customer Service Email: Evergo@att.net
go to www.1800customersupport.com. There click on durabrand. In the top right corner of the page, on "enter keyword or phrase", type in the model number of your player with no spaces. Then click on the bottom of the player picture where it says more. This will pull up the accessories available.
It sounds to me as if you are not using the correct video standard, IE: There are two or more principle "Standards" PAL, NTSC, & SECAM... now if the the input you provide is say, PAL and your player etc is set to say NTSC, the pic will play but ya won't have sound and the pic will have no colour.. ie: look sorta B/W. so try your "Settings" and make sure it is correct.