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Multimedia player no longer functions after wrong power adapter plugged in - what can I do to resolve this?

I accidently plugged in the wrong power adapter (Nokia phone charger, 5volt and 3.2amp) instead of the one supplied with the DMTECH DM-AV10 multimedia player (5 volt 2amp). The unit no longer powers up and nothing on the screen is displayed. When the correct charger was plugged back in, the charge light comes up but the unit is still non-functional. I'm hoping this can be resolved - appreciate your advice on how this can be resolved. Many thanks Chigs

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I would change the battey, if its not the battery i would place the media player on top
of some paper, stand back and admire your new paper weight.

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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