A Dick Smith-branded portable DVD player exploded in a car, causing serious burns to the three-year-old girl who was using it. On 21 July, Heath Lyons and his daughter Ava were travelling to Rochester, Victoria, when the father noticed a burning smell, the Bendigo Advertiser reported. The explosion originated in the battery compartment of the device, which overheated.
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I believe it is copyright infringement to do even that. My understanding is that our copyright laws are so archaic that they let you make a copy of a VHS tape but not a disc. Thanks, I am aware both infringe copyright, but one just appears easier and quicker.
It must not be delivered to a PO Box. And please also ensure your address details, complete with contact number, are updated in your account. The perfect size for a second telly, this Dick Smith beauty is a great fit for the bedroom or study.
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I always thought it was the beginning of the end for Dick Smith Electronics when they stopped selling… well, electronicsand got into consumer goods like kettles and fridges. Now JB Hifi might be going the same way, with their JB Hifi Home operation, which has moved into some of their stores, and sells stuff online. I suppose they see the writing on the wall around digital media such as movies and music, moving away from discs and to online.
Good, cheap way to get your kids to make use of all those DVDs you have before they become obsolete. Perhaps better than listening to them play I-Spy for hours on long road trips too. Now I've seen it all.