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Polaroid pvd--0700 ribbon cable replacement - Polaroid PDV-0700 Portable DVD Player

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SOURCE: polaroid fdm-0700 with black screen display. DVD

go here to see a how to replace the board
http://clickondavid.com/photo1.html
And downloada pdf on the procedure

Posted on May 14, 2010

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