Question about Haier Portable DVD Player PDVD7
The output of the charger is all that matters in this instance. Take your current charger to a local electronics shop and they should be able to match it up to one locally.
The charger should have both the output voltage and the milliamps/amps on it as well to be checked. If not, have a look under the DVD player, the required voltages etc should be printed on there as well.
Hope that helps =)
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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