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I have a ripspeed dv920i in car dvd player but it has just turned off and wont come on again i carnt find any one to repair

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  • Sean Inno Jul 29, 2008

    Rip Speed DV920i has turned off and will not turn on again


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Hi there i have a ripspeed dvd 722b and my grandson pulled the front and broken somthing,,,now the flip front will not catch shut to work :( does anyone no where i can have it repaired/fix cheep ? ( its out of garantee)

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

I had the same problem, HALFORDS sent the unit away to have the firmware re-flashed and now it works perfectly again..... These units were re-called apparently due to problems with the software.

HALFORDS staff may be able to advise you about where the unit can be repaired.

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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