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I need a replacement AC/DC adaptor for my Durabrand DVD player. Is it possible to get one without paying an arm and a leg?

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  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2008

    Same problem here.

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    lilalpatr Sep 06, 2012

    Just look at the volts and the amp" 9volt 1.5 amp. Dur-10 is 9 volt 2.2 volt any brand new adapter with those specs. will work if you still have the old one that doesn't work if the tip is wrong cut off the old one at least 9-12 inches for the tip

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I need a replacement ac/dc adaptor for my durabrand portable dvd player .. Please help

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Is there anyother brand adaptor that is compatable with durabrand ac/dc adaptor modle TAD-10. The cat ate through the cord and i need a replacement. Do I have to have the same brand or will another brand...


dear sir,
u just see the body print label where mentioned 9Volts DC, 2Amps. u can change with any adapter maintain this ratings, another things is connector jack configuration must be same (out side - & inside of the jack is +) if any mistack dvd will damage. hope u get the answer.
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Where i find ac dc adaptor durabrand portable pdv 705


You should go to a local electronics shop with the old adaptor.
They merely need to match: Voltage in Voltage out Current requirements Plug size Plug polarity (center positive or negative) There is nothing "magic" about the original vendors power adapter.

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Greetings jack71471, there are a couple options to obtain a replacement AC adapter for your Durabrand DVD player. One option is to purchase a universal adapter from a store such as Radio Shack. The other option is to buy a dedicated 9 volt AC replacement adapter from a couple sources on eBay. Just do a search for "PDV-709 adapter" and you will find some AC adapters and 12 volt car adapters as well. If you choose the universal replacement option, make sure you bring the player and adapter with you so the salesperson can configure the settings and polarity to match the original adapter. That is unless you are confident enough to set it yourself, in which case you can purchase a universal adapter most anywhere as long as the current rating ( rated in milliamps or "ma") is equal to or greater than the original. Best of luck to you.

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Durabrand ac/dc adapter model TAD-10


you can buy an aftermarket brand that is the same as the Durbrand ac/cd adapter model Tad-10 here:

http://www.acdapter.com/DURABRAND_PVD_AC_ADAPTER.html

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