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Portable dvd player insignia ns-pdvd10 screen problem

I have a portable dvd player insignia ns-pdvd10 screen problem.   When i turn the power on the screen goes on for about 1 second and doent go back on despite my efforts. i hope someone chould shed some light on this screen problem. i dont have time to go back to the store. thanks in advance matthew

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  • dhebert698 Aug 05, 2008

    When I turn the dvd player on I get a blue screen with black lines running horizontilly at the bottom. I can hear the audio of the dvd but cannot get a picture. What can I do? It was working fine one moment and when I changed the dvd it started to do this.

  • thomasf Sep 10, 2008

    I have this Problem except that the dvd will play fine when pluged into the wall. When on battery power the picture only lasts 10 seconds or so and the goes out. I can still hear the audio. I'm thinking some kind of low battery power feature? Do I need a new battery?

  • roung23 Sep 17, 2008

    I have the same probelm where the screen flashes for a second the logo. i hear the DVD turning away and when I open it - it's spinning. however - the user who said to check the source for internal or external - how can you do that if you can't see anything on the screen? it's literally a black screen. ideas?

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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

  • melinda Sep 07, 2011

    Yes that worked for mine, thank you, I have been looking every once in awhile for about 1 1/2 years to find the problem and really hoping it was not the inverter board and finally someone found out the problem, thanks again. I love this dvd player.

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Check to make sure the SOURCE is set to internal and not external. This is a common problem with these players that this button will accidentally be pressed and switch modes.

If this doesn't work, then you have an intermittent problem with your backlight or your inverter board.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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It`s really works

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