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I have a technosonic dts2004 portable dvd player 1 of the leads to the screen is broke where can i buy new one please

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SOURCE: Insignia NS-7PDVD portable DVD player - no picture

The unit is failing and is not worth repairing. There is either a short in the wiring that leads to the screen, the inverter board os failing, or the decoder is failing. These are all hardware problems.

There are several tests to find where the problem may be, but the average consumer doesn't have the ability or access to parts to fix these issues.

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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SOURCE: portable dvd player insignia ns-pdvd10 screen problem

Check the screen switch on the right top side where the door closes there is a little circle and the release switch usually gets jammed (this is a common defect) you will need a small thin flat head screwdriver to pry out the switch.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Venturer Portable DVD Player, twin 8" Screens, PVS6988

I manage to get the manual from Venturer. Google it. I am in UK and I have to phone them and than get them to send the manual by pdf to my email address. No charge. Easy.
The older ones are not on their listing.
If you have any problem come back to me and I will look it up for you.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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SOURCE: My Portable DVD Player Battery can't hold a charge

Rechargeable batteries can only be recharged so many times. They begin to slowly lose their capacity after about the first 5 charges until ultimately it won't hold a charge anymore. It appears that this is your problem. Look for a model number on the battery & do a Google search for it if you want to try & replace it. You might also find it is cheaper to buy a whole new DVD player than it is to buy a replacement battery.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: battery pack for model no. 8017/ curtis portable dvd/cd player

From Curtis' website: "Q: Where can I purchase a replacement DVD battery?
Replacement portable DVD batteries can be purchased for $30 from Curtis International Ltd. Please mail a certified check or money order (payable to Curtis International Ltd) to 315 Attwell Drive, Etobicoke, Ontario M9W 5C1, ATTN: Customer Service Department. Make sure to include your name, complete mailing address, phone number with area code, model number of your unit and part required. "

Weigh you options....a new portable DVD player can be bought for not much more.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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