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AV Out cable for portable Zenith (DVP-615) dvd.

I lost the av out cable to plug into TV cable (RCA). Model DVP-615. Where can i find it?

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I lost the AV cord to my Zenith DVP-615 portable DVD player too. I bought a standard RCA AV but it did not work. I found my cord so I was able to compare.
The standard RCA AV cable has a 4-part mini-plug. The tip is white, next is yellow, next is ground and the base is red. For the Zenith DVP-615, the tip is yellow, next is white, next is red and the base is ground.I never found where to purchase a replacement but perhaps this will help someone make their own.

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To fix this eject the disc and hit the stop button for 5 seconds to reset the unit.

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Okay, I just had to replace both the DC power and a/v cable for this Trutech DVD player and here is the solution. The a/v cable is a 4 pole 3.5mm cable, which I found here: http://www.techcables.com/6-ft-3-5mm-4-pole-mini-av-to-mini-av-camcorder-a-v-cable-p-36.html I went to Radio Shack and bought the coax style DC power plug ends which were size B and soldered new ends onto the old power cable, tip to tip, sleeve to sleeve: http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2102598

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