I have a few questions for any owners of the Toshiba SD-P2000 portable DVD player : Is there any way to force the headphone output(s) to remain active with the screen closed? I would like to use it for listening to CDs in the car with a cassette adapter connected to the headphone jack. I also want to protect the screen and not subject it to the same image for an entire CD. So far my fix to this problem is to connect the minijack AV cable that came with the unit to the AV output, use an RCA to 1/8" stereo adapter to connect the L/R audio from the cable to an in-line volume control and finally a 1/8" stereo coupler to adapt it to the cassette input. This works (the AV out is always active), but it's a big hassle to set up and looks terrible. Another option is a hardwired RF modulator (direct L/R line input from the AV out jack), but that's about twice as expensive. Does anyone know of a minijack AV (4 pole) to minijack stereo (3 pole) adapter? RadioShack doesn't "have the answer". Secondly, does anyone know of a service manual (or at least the access code) for this player? When set with AVIA, the unit tends to push red and I was hoping to correct this in the service menu. Third, has anyone had problems with lock-ups or "No Disc" message? It has happened three times since I bought the unit (about a month ago) and I'm wondering if I should return it. Last, I found an anomoly with the charging circuit. With a completely dead battery if I plug the unit into the charger, let it charge for a minute, unplug it and plug it back in it will not continue to charge. I found this because I had to move AC outlets after beginning to charge one day. The only way to get it to start charging again is to disconnect / reconnect the battery pack. Does this sound right? BTW I get about 4 hrs 5 minutes from a completely charged battery. Can't leave it connected after charging however as it drains in about 2 days. Any help would be greatly appreciated.