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Dvd works great ,need to replace power socket ear phone socket

Power socket worn out need to replace, need instructions , Thanks

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  • rickeydmaure Dec 05, 2008

    My Portable DVD player needs its power socket replaced.
    Is the power socket available?

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Sorry my mistake, I was trying to find afree service diagram to help me change a worn power socket in grandson`s cyberhome portable dvd model ch-ldv 700b. Thanks

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