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How do I charge the battery pack that attaches to the back of the player?

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Did you get a ac adaptor with your player? if not you can get one on ebay the # is ADPV26A 20.00 and it plugs into the side of the player to charge the battery

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From your description, it sounds like a bad battery pack. You may find it hard to locate one, maybe check on Ebay every once in a while, or take the pack apart and see what kind of cells are in it.

Probably not what you wanted to hear, but replacing the pack will probably fix it.

Hope that helps...

Geno

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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No problem just bought a mpd-1760 from someone its brand new never even been used ,but no instructions/need to know how long to charge battery for first time or at all //charging time for battery to watch...


Hello,
To charge the battery back you want to
  1. Turn the power off the DVD player first as the battery pack will not charge with the power on.
  2. Attach the battery pack to the player.
  3. Connect the AC power adapter and the power cord to the player.
  4. Charging will now start and the Power/Charge indicator should now be orange.
  5. Do not unhook either cord until the Power/Charge turns off.
  6. Time of charging is approximately 4 1/2 hours.
  7. The battery pack will more than likely get warm while charging. This is normal. Keep it as much in the open as you can for the best ventilation possible.
  8. You will get a low power indicator on the screen when the battery has a low charge.

As for playback time you will get about 2 1/3 hours of actual playback and about 4 hours of standby with the DVD player actually on.
Regards, Tony

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I have a pride go go elite traveller 4 and need some new batteries, but what batteries and connection am i looking for?


Rachel you need 2 12/12AH batteries that are located in the battery pack under the seat. Simply pull the battery pack from the scooter and with a standard phillips screwdriver remove the many screws attaching the battery pack together (simply turn the pack over to get to the screws) There will be two wire on each battery and also a heat sensor attached to the side of one battery remove the wires from each battery and carefully reove the heat sensor. You can bring one of the batterys to your local battery warehouse type store or a provider and purchase 2 new ones reinstall like you removed attaching red wire to red terminals and black to black terminals and reattach the heat sensor to the side of one battery (you can use packaging tape to reattach). replace all the screws to put the case back together and reinstall in your scooter. Charge the batteries with you charger until the charge light is green then happy riding HOPE THIS HELPS

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Won't charge


Either the battery pack is fried or the ribbon cable that attaches the battery to main circuit board is loose or broken.

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The battery does not charge


My mother has one of these units, it was working fine until recently I took it to play with it, and found the same problem you describe. The unit works with the power supply (what some people call the "cord") attached directly to the unit, it works through the connector on the power pack itself, but the LED on the battery is not on as used to. I opened the battery pack and found it has an electronic board close to the power connectors, that board might be defective now, yours might be have the same problem. I'm an electronics tech, but I can't fix that board with surface-mount compontens.

Solution: Contact Haier to see if you can purchase the battery pack. In my case I could replace the internal charging board, if they sell it separate, which I doubt but never hurts try contact the factory.

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RCA MP3 M208 won't hold charge -- Only about a yr old


either the battery pack itself is bad, or the ribbon connection cable that attaches battery to main circuit board is faulty, broken, or loose. It is common.

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New Haier 7.2V rechargeable NI-MH battery pack for a new Haier Portable DVD player was stored in a drawer for 2 years until recently. Attemped to recharge battery pack via electrical outlet. Obtained...


the battery pack is charging but not holding charge beacause it was not used for a long time as you said.try to recharge and completely drain the batteries a couple of times and the batteries should start holding better the charge.Another thing you may want to check is if there is power coming out at teh battery pack connectors(you will need a small volt meter)

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Battery cahrger


The battery should be attached to the bottom of the player. It may also have it's own DC port to plug the charger into. Some players charge back through the player itself but Polaroid made batteries that have to be detached from the player and connected to the charger. Remember, unless tou have a battery on both units, one battery alone is not designed to power both screens, that is what the car adapter is for.

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Battery pack charge


From your description, it sounds like a bad battery pack. You may find it hard to locate one, maybe check on Ebay every once in a while, or take the pack apart and see what kind of cells are in it.

Probably not what you wanted to hear, but replacing the pack will probably fix it.

Hope that helps...

Geno

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Supersonic SC-299TDVD


Battery back needs to be connected to the DVD player when charging. connect the batter pack to player. Run the DC/out from the battery pack to the DC/in in the player. plug the charger into the wall.

if that does not work, you have a bad battery

Dec 27, 2007 | Supersonic SC-299TDVD

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