Took one quick try to find this one...
Well, their return policy is to only take returns if the unit is
defective or not as advertised. If I plug it in and the problem turns
out to be something other than my dvd player I'm out $200. Thanks
for forwarding this Ken.
You could try connecting a standard DVD player through the input jacks
on the front of the built-in DVD player and see if that works. If it
does you could add a small power inverter and be back in buisness. It
would be bulkier than the built-in system, but a lot cheaper. You can
get pretty small DVD players and the inverter could be put under a
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