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Especially if you are interested in repairing a Philips portable dvd player such as the dcp750 or dcp850, we may be able to help. If the unit seems fine but just won't play disks, and you have eliminated the obvious stuff like cleaning the disc, trying other discs, power to the unit, dirt on the lens, hair or dirt in the mechanism, and rebooting or resetting the unit to factory defaults, and it still won't play discs, then the most likely cause is a bad drive motor or burned-out/weakened laser.

Luckily, the drive mechanism and laser, which are the parts most likely to wear out, typically come as a unit that can be fairly easily replaced! Often, however, the manufacturer simply offers neither repair nor parts for products out of warranty, making the unit frustratingly disposable. If you can locate the right part then you can probably get your player running again, and more cheaply than buying a new one. Plus you won't be throwing it in the landfill wastefully.

A portable dvd player may have a burned out drive/laser, but all the other parts like the screen, keyboard, remote, multi-media card reader, etc. are still working and should not go to waste. There is enough residual value to make a repair worthwhile.

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We have successfully repaired portable dvd players for a reasonable cost.
We have some information and tips that might be helpful.
We might have some parts or know where to get them.


Here are some of the compatible portable dvd player models:

Philips
DCP750/37
DCP850/37
PD7012/37

Dynex Portable DVD player
DX-PDVD7
DX-PDVD7A
DX-PDVD9A

Insignia Portable DVD player
NS-7DPDVD
NS-8PDVDA
NS-A2202A


Polaroid
PDM-072
PDM-2737

Prima
PV-2270P

Mintek

Go.Video