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Rechargeable batteries can only be recharged so many times. They begin to slowly lose their capacity after about the first 5 charges until ultimately it won't hold a charge anymore. It appears that this is your problem. Look for a model number on the battery & do a Google search for it if you want to try & replace it. You might also find it is cheaper to buy a whole new DVD player than it is to buy a replacement battery.
The blinking went away as I had charged it for a very long time. However, it was noted that it would not work on the DVD. The battery needs to be replaced. That solved my problem. I still have to look for a new battery for this device: US Logic 680p DVD player with recharging capabilities due to the portability option. It works fine if plugged in, but the battery just needs to be replaced if I want to use it independent of the plug. Thanks for asking how I resolved the issue.
take a voltmeter and test charger or borrow a known good one from a friend if you know anyone who has one , sounds like bad charger word--- it is much better to run all rechargeable devices mostly all the way down before recharging as these batteries will do what is know as establish memory and will shorten battery life do not leave on charge except when charge is needed
Mintek MDP-1030 DVD Player
is one the largest suppliers of DVD players in the global marketplace
today. Mintek has taken the next natural step in the evolution of the
company's product line combining leading DVD technology with
state-of-the-art LCD technology.PRODUCT FEATURES: Versatile playback formats; Anti-shock function - mobile or pedestrian; Built-in stereo speakers; Auto power off for saving energy; Quick connect to TV; Digital Coaxial Output; AV input/output; Brightness/Color/Display mode adjustment; High capacity rechargeable Lithium-ion battery pack; Full function remote control.
Kodak Picture CD, CD
Auto power off
Composite Video Outputs
x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ) 1 x digital audio output
(coaxial) 1 x composite video/audio input 1 x composite video/audio
1 x DVD player battery - rechargeable - lithium ion
General Product Info
Also known as
Mintek MDP-1030, Mintek
Manufacturer Part No.
1.6 in x 10.1 in x 6.6 in (HxWxD)
1) Look into purchasing an external rechargeable battery pack for PDVD units (available at Best Buy). It is an external pack that will connect to the players AC port.
2) Prepare for surgery! You will need 6 rechargeable AA batteries, a soldering iron, super glue, and patience.
You'll need to open the battery case and look at the batteries within. Note the direction and polarity of all the batteries and how they are wired/soldered together. You will need to replace all these batteries with the new ones you have purchased. Wire together the new batteries in the exact same order and polarity as the old dead ones. Remove the old ones and replace with the new ones. Solder in where necessary and be sure not to bridge any contacts. Put the case back together with a little super glue on the seam. Replace into the PDVD player when the battery case is dry (or else you may permanently mount the battery case into the player) and set to recharge using the AC pack. if everythign was wired correctly, you should have a charged battery pack in about 1 hour (since most rechargeable batteries come with 3/4 charge in them).
While I don't recomend this second solution, it is plausable for the hobbiest electrician or DIY-er.