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No power plug battery or power cord into dvd nothing no power lights on dvd player but plug the cord to the battery and charges and all lights do as supposed to

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    The power cord on the boombox doesn't make a connection when plugged into the unit so unit does not get power. Must rely on batteries only.

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I have a friend that had the same problem, I opened the machine and found that the fuse had blown. Took a small piece of wire and just touched it, very brief, and every thing came on, just breifly to test, not prolonged because you don't the rated fuse for that part, I now know what is the problem, I just have to get the fuse and souder it in.

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No problem just bought a mpd-1760 from someone its brand new never even been used ,but no instructions/need to know how long to charge battery for first time or at all //charging time for battery to watch...


Hello,
To charge the battery back you want to
  1. Turn the power off the DVD player first as the battery pack will not charge with the power on.
  2. Attach the battery pack to the player.
  3. Connect the AC power adapter and the power cord to the player.
  4. Charging will now start and the Power/Charge indicator should now be orange.
  5. Do not unhook either cord until the Power/Charge turns off.
  6. Time of charging is approximately 4 1/2 hours.
  7. The battery pack will more than likely get warm while charging. This is normal. Keep it as much in the open as you can for the best ventilation possible.
  8. You will get a low power indicator on the screen when the battery has a low charge.

As for playback time you will get about 2 1/3 hours of actual playback and about 4 hours of standby with the DVD player actually on.
Regards, Tony

Apr 12, 2011 | Mintek DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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What to do when the battery wont charge on my DVD player. Its plugged into the correct cords and outlets, the light is on indicating charging. When I take out the cords and go to play nothing happens. ...


sounds like your battery is faulty return the dvd to where you bought it ask for refund or replacement or you could by a replacement battery of ebay but personally i'd return it

Jul 09, 2010 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Screen is black will play on another tv with ac cords hooked up also will not charge battery


Hello

Did you see the standby light?

ok first is to removed the battery pack then plug in the power cord then see if the lights come on..

Thanks
Angel...

Sep 19, 2009 | Durabrand DUR7 Portable DVD Player

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Can't seem to get my dvd player to charge.


I have this model dvd player and it has worked very well for over a year. Lately it has not had a picture but has had sound when fully charged. When the green light is on, it is charging. When the light goes off, it is fully charged (or should be). I plugged the wall charger directly into the dvd player and it works fine with pic and sound. I think maybe the rechargable battery is on it last legs. I am looking for a longer cig lighter charger cord to reach the headrest so kids can watch from backseat. I will be able to keep it plugged in to charger at all times. Hope this helps!

Apr 06, 2009 | Spectroniq PDV-70X

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Charge indicator light on Protron PDV-288 portable DVD player


nahh you cant over chargee silly;; when its done, its done, it just doesnt loose battery power. and im not positive about the light.. but i would most likely assume that when the green light is on, that means its charging.. thats how pretty much every electronic works.. light on-charging; light off-no charge. sometimes it varies by different color lights.

now maybe you could help me. i have the same portable dvd player and i have the plug in that goes into the actual player.. and you know how its that weird looking end that has the light that lights up.. well what is that supposed to plug into? because i dont have anything that it can plug into and im not sure if i am missing a piece..

thanks ! hope i was helpful.

Feb 10, 2009 | Protron PDV-288 7" LCD Portable DVD Player

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Power and battery


you problay have a bad power cord you can buy a power cord at a place like target or walmart maby even radio shack

May 15, 2008 | Durabrand Portable DVD

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Battery wont charge.


Unfortunately, Mintek seems to have gone out of business, so there is no way to purchase replacement parts without finding them online somewhere.

The problem could be caused by one of three things:
  1. The battery is dead and cannot be recharged
  2. One of the battery connections is broken in some way
  3. The cord is bad and will not provide power
If the battery is dead, you're stuck with keeping it plugged in or trying to find a battery online. If one of the battery connections is bad, the only way to test it is with a new battery and you're back to finding one online. If the cord is bad, it wouldn't provide power at all, so it sounds like both of your cords are fine.

May 10, 2008 | Mintek MDP-1760 Portable DVD Player

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Battery pack charge


From your description, it sounds like a bad battery pack. You may find it hard to locate one, maybe check on Ebay every once in a while, or take the pack apart and see what kind of cells are in it.

Probably not what you wanted to hear, but replacing the pack will probably fix it.

Hope that helps...

Geno

Mar 24, 2008 | Protron PDV-288 7" LCD Portable DVD Player

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Have no manual


It sounds like a bad power cord. Check your cord to make sure there are no kinks or breaks in it. I have that problem where my cat chewed the cord and now the unit cannot charge properly. Additionally, check to make certain the battery is seated properly. Try cleaning the contact with an Q-tip dipped in alcohol. Once you have done that, leave the unit powered off and see if you get the red charge light. If not, you probably have a bad cord.

Jan 16, 2008 | Zenith DVP615 Portable DVD Player

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Battery charge


Simply plug the included power cord into the power input on the DVD player. Leave the unit "off". Allow to build a charge. The included power supply items are:

Flexible power supply: up to 2.5 hours rechargeable Li-ion battery,

12volt car cigarette lighter adapter and AC/DC power adapter

Jan 08, 2008 | Mustek PL-510 Portable DVD Player

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