Insignia PD10135 Portable DVD Player Battery won't work
Every time i plug my dvd player in to charge, the charging light comes on for about five minutes and then turns off. Also, i have been charging my dvd player every night and it still wont work unless it is plugged into the wall.
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Re: Insignia PD10135 Portable DVD Player Battery won't...
I have the same unit, and had the same problem numerous times. I finally removed the battery and sprayed CRC electronic cleaner over the battery terminals as well as the units terminals. Put the battery back in hooked up the charger and it went green. It is playing as I write this.
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I am having maintaining power problems with my PD040922 when I try to use it the system clicks and goes back to LOADING option. I have tried to work through this problem by removing battery and just have mains power connection. Then I just use fully charged battery with the same problem occuring. Is there a solution, other than buying a new player?
Good day sir, my guess is that your adapter is the culprit, if you have access to another charger please use it, if you may have the time, try to visit your dealer, and they be wiling to test your adapter. Other causes may be the charger DC port, or the battery, but let us stick first to the common adapter problem, hope this helps.
Make sure the battery is installed in the correct direction, turn off the player, plug in the AC pack and look for the red charge light to illuminate on the front lip of the player. Give it a few hours to charge.
All things being equal a possible cause is a faulty power supply or bad connection at the power jack. A volt meter will tell you if the power supply is faulty. If the jack in the player is bad/ poor solder connection you might be able to fix it by re-flowing the solder. If it's new doesn't it have a warranty?
the battery is dead. that happened to me and i had 3 choices: 1)buy a new dvd player 2)buy a new recharable battery or 3)keep the portable plugged to the wall while i watch movies. i chose number 3 because i usually just use it at places plugs are available. but yeah, the battery is dead.
The batteries are not being charge,it might be bacuse you have the wrong ac adapter,you should get the original to start then let the batterys charge for at least 5 hours or until the red light stopr blinking.You can find more inf.here http://www.insignia-products.com/p-31-insignia-7-169-widescreen-portable-dvd-player.aspx