My player will not hold a charge. The power adapter is working properly because the player works when I have it pluged in. When it is not pluged in it will not turn on at all. I would like to possibly contact the manufacturer to find out how to get it repaired. Anyone have any thoughts or ideas?
If you have a meter, check to see if there is voltage present at the battery charging terminal. If there is not, it is the charging circuit. It is also possible you battery is cycled out and therefore will not charge.
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First, If you have a video IN/OUT switch make sure you have video OUT selected. If you have a blank but lite screen, then your display screen is bad. If you have a dark screen, you should be able to look closely and you might see an image, if so then your backlite might be out. Also make sure not to try to power dual screens with a battery. Make sure the adapter is propery rated for proper output voltage. If repair is needed, you contact me through ebay messaging. Search ebay seller " richards_resale". Good Luck!
yes take your player to radioshack and get a new power adapter the reason you take player with you is to get the proper power rating in volts and amps which usually is printed near terminal where you old adapter plugs in on on a sticker on the bottom of the dvd player or try ebay: