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it can be reapired , simply a case of replacing the lcd screen, the harder thing may be finding a lcd screen, contact the manufacturer, and they should be able to direct you to their closest authorised service agent. good luck.
If you are looking for a replacement AC adaptor for an Axion DVD player, I would strongly suggest first checking with the manufacturer for more information. Typically if a manufacturer is unable to provide you with a replacement part, they may either have a list of aftermarket replacement parts that are compatible with your model or have a list of other retailers that currently carry their replacement parts.
Please keep in mind that the preferred method of contact for Axion does differ based on the location where you purchased the player. For most purchases, you can simply call Axion support at (909)-869-6600 or by visiting the company's support website:
I was able to connect to my cable box. I used RCA (yellow, red, white) cabling. I connected the Video Out on the cable box to the Video In on the DVD/VC (to the DVD VCR cabling section). I then from same section used the Video Out using RCA Cabling to the the Video In connectors on my Phillips LCD TV. That left only to connect the TV to the cable box using regular TV coax cable. Everything works, although I am going nuts trying to dub from VCR to DVD-R or +R discs.
You may be able to find a comparable cable on some other brand, but Cyberhome seems to be defunct. An alternative is to find another unit of the same make and brand and scavenge what you need...accordianman
Sounds like half your backlight is not functioning. The only thing I suggest is to call the manufacturer thats listed in your user manual and see what they think it will cost to repair unless its still in warrantee. There are no user serviceable parts inside of this unit so i dont think it would be a good Idea for you to attemt to take it apart as it may be a system to dissasembly and you make tear or break on of the small flex cables. Good luck