20 Most Recent Venturer PVS177W Portable DVD Player Questions & Answers


I hope you are checking to make sure that the charger(s) you are inserting into the player are the proper voltage and polarity for the model. This is why every device comes with a charger dedicated to the unit. Many devices use the same size plug but voltages and polarity can vary. The wrong charger inserted into the device may destroy the charging circuit.

Venturer PVS177W... • Answered on Dec 07, 2014


it could be possible but you need to modifir a cable to get a connection betweed the two devices cause such a cable doesn t exist

Venturer PVS177W... • Answered on Aug 04, 2011


You could try

operatingguides.com

if you need a user manual
or

servicemanuals.co.uk

if you want the schematics etc

We've used them in the past and found them very good.

Also if it is not listed then ask via the link

Venturer PVS177W... • Answered on Aug 01, 2011


Could you send me the manual for the Venturer Pvs177w. Someone gave my granddaughter one, but it has no plugs or how to info. Thank you
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Karyn

Venturer PVS177W... • Answered on May 08, 2011


Hello i have three portable dvd players and after a while they all done the same thing they all say no disk when disk is inserted. I have try'd different disk but keeps coming up no disk can you help please advise

thank you

Venturer PVS177W... • Answered on Feb 27, 2011


What I did with mine is check eBay for a 12 volt, DC LCD monitor adapter. These normally have sufficient amperage to handle these players.

I did a search on eBay today using search phrase:

"new power supply ac adapter for LCD monitor 12v 5a"

and came up with one for about $14.00 with shipping. You will need to check the plug when you get it and, if it does not fit, get one from Radio shack or, as I did, cut one from an old adapter I had laying around.

Most of these units require that the positive side goes to the center conductor of the plug (check the diagram on the player case over the plug to be sure) so make sure you set it up the way the diagram shows or very bad things will happen to your player.

You may be able to find a 12 volt adapter at Radio shack or somewhere else but these units need (according to the specs) about 1 amp from the supply to work and charge correctly. You "may" be able to get by with an 800 milliamp supply but I have not tested this.

Good luck

Venturer PVS177W... • Answered on Apr 18, 2010


It is possible the heat must have fried
a circuit in it,i would have told you to change the lens but it is better you visit a
local local repair man

Venturer PVS177W... • Answered on Apr 11, 2010

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