My Delphi unit will automatically power off by itself. This happens irregularly, sometimes a few seconds, other times maybe 10-15 min. Ive tried a new power supply, also ac/dc power cord that comes with unit. No Luck. Can anyone shed some light on this. PS Tried also unit not warm to the touch, or left in car heat, exposure. Also tried Cool Unit. Left inside AC in house, Brought out to Car. Thanks GP :}
I had the same problem and was able to fix it by finding a replacement cigarette lighter power cord with the same voltage and polarity. Input to cord is 12Volts. Output to GPS is 5Volts, with a positive center post.
PS I need an instruction book and disks (or disk copies) if you know where I can get them. Delphi no longer has them.
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Sounds like the battery is not charging. My solution was to use a small screwdriver to move the charger pin in the power adapter hole in the under off center. That gave it better contact, it began to charge properly and fixed my issue.
I have the same problem with my 56" HD Samsung. It shuts off automatically and then on the power button the word Lamp is light up in green. Sometimes I can turn it back on but other times it won't and I have to wait a bit. It's been embarassing a couple times when people were over for a movie. I believe it might be some kind of overheating problem but would like someone to confirm this.
Sometimes the standby factory setup (electronically) should be unplugged. In most types of dvd players and other players it's the main problem. It should be taken to a repair tech and fixit, anyway this could not be absolute could be especifically in the power management circuitry. Some times power peaks and other anomalies could kill the standby feature nad reset on and on your dvd.