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The charger will not charge battery - Curtis DVD7026 7 in. Portable DVD Player

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How old is the DVD player? Either the player battery is beyond its use or the charger has a problem. Be SURE you are using the correct charger. Can you or a friend test the charger with a meter? The VOLTAGE, CURRENT rating AND POLARITY must ALL be correct!

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to prevent possible problems. Therefore, you should
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