Question about Insignia IS-PDO40922 Portable DVD Player
It would usually affect it immediately if it was going to affect it at all. If you spilled something on your DVD player the best thing to do is to just leave it powered off for at least a good 12 hours to let it completely dry out. Do not try turning it on when it is wet. If it is left off and allowed to dry there is a good chance it will not harm the unit in any way.
But if it has not affected it yet, it will not affect the player.
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Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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