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No user manual for Protron PDV-288 portable DVD player

I don't have a user's manual for this dvd player. Could someone let me know how the charge indicator light is supposed to work? Is it green when charging? Or does the green light go off and that means the charge is done? I don't want to overcharge it (is that possible to do?). Thank you so much!

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Nahh you cant over chargee silly;; when its done, its done, it just doesnt loose battery power. and im not positive about the light.. but i would most likely assume that when the green light is on, that means its charging.. thats how pretty much every electronic works.. light on-charging; light off-no charge. sometimes it varies by different color lights.


thanks ! hope i was helpful.

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nahh you cant over chargee silly;; when its done, its done, it just doesnt loose battery power. and im not positive about the light.. but i would most likely assume that when the green light is on, that means its charging.. thats how pretty much every electronic works.. light on-charging; light off-no charge. sometimes it varies by different color lights.

now maybe you could help me. i have the same portable dvd player and i have the plug in that goes into the actual player.. and you know how its that weird looking end that has the light that lights up.. well what is that supposed to plug into? because i dont have anything that it can plug into and im not sure if i am missing a piece..

thanks ! hope i was helpful.

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