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Hello, You are doing it right! the battery should be charged with in the 24 hour period. There are two things to consider :
One, is the possibility that the rechargeable battery has dried(due to wear and tear)and is not accepting the charge or The second possibility is that the power supply isn't working properly, therefore, not charging the battery.
It is possible to know at least if one of the two is working just by operating the DVD player while connected with the AC adapter. Turn the DVD on and play a disc, if the unit operates, this eliminates a defective power supply and only leaves a defective battery pack, if it doesn't work than consider the power supply defective and repairs are due. As to where to buy a replacement part is for someone else to answer. Good luck!
Take the A\C adapter and plug it into the wall. Insert the rechargeable battery pack (if the unit is rechargeable then it would have came with a special battery pack, you cannot just put rechargeable batteries in the unit and charge them!) into the unit. Take the other end of the A/C adapter and plug it into the back of the unit (will probably have a label like D/C input or something), it will probably only fit in one spot. Did you not get a manual, if not try googleing it??
Hope this helps
I have this model dvd player and it has worked very well for over a year. Lately it has not had a picture but has had sound when fully charged. When the green light is on, it is charging. When the light goes off, it is fully charged (or should be). I plugged the wall charger directly into the dvd player and it works fine with pic and sound. I think maybe the rechargable battery is on it last legs. I am looking for a longer cig lighter charger cord to reach the headrest so kids can watch from backseat. I will be able to keep it plugged in to charger at all times. Hope this helps!
Try fully draining the battery and recharging it fully. If that does not work chances are the battery is going bad. How old is the dvd player ? If its still under warranty you might be able to get a replacement.
The blinking went away as I had charged it for a very long time. However, it was noted that it would not work on the DVD. The battery needs to be replaced. That solved my problem. I still have to look for a new battery for this device: US Logic 680p DVD player with recharging capabilities due to the portability option. It works fine if plugged in, but the battery just needs to be replaced if I want to use it independent of the plug. Thanks for asking how I resolved the issue.
Try a standard multi voltage charger.
These come with a selection of connectors each one of a specific size and color coded.
so you pick the connector to fit the input jack then set the charger to the appropriate color to give the correct voltage.