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I have the GC-1020 Element mp3 player..i have had it for 2 months.All of a sudden i can only hear the music out of one ear of my ear buds,i have tried my earbuds on something else and they work fine..why won't sound come through both ears anymore?

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Nov 02, 2010


hi , you have to reinstall your driver let me know yvon chow !!!

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Jul 29, 2010


MUST BE THE BATTERIES.TRY CHARGING IT FOR AN HOUR THEN TRY.ELSE BATTERIES SHOULD BE CHECKED

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Mar 13, 2010


it's waste time to find mp3 files. use video downlaod studio to download videos, convert them. after that you can thansfer them to your mp3 player and enjoy yourself. http://www.downloadvideos-convert.com/

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Mar 13, 2010


avi is a container format which includes of many codecs, u can try to check which codec is supported and use some other codec.

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Jan 13, 2010


That is actually made by a company called Element.

Here is the users manual.

http://www.elementelectronics.com/support_docs/gc-1020/gc-1020_manual.pdf

You can take music off a CD and put it on the player but you must first "rip" the music to your hard drive. The term "rip" just means taking the audio from the CD and converting it to a file format, such as .mp3, and storing it on your PC's hard drive. You will need a ripping program for that such as Media Monkey http://www.mediamonkey.com.

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Jan 12, 2010


if u have a installer cd with the device then
please install the driver then plug your device
in the connectivity cable.

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Dec 30, 2009


try using windows media player to load you music onto the mp3 player
first open windows media player and connect you mp3 player to the pc , it should pop up in windows media player and ask you to name it, after that goto the media player music library and drag the songs you want to put on the device into the sync window on the right hand side of the screen after your done click on sync and just wait for it to finish after thats done you should have music on your mp3 player :)

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Sep 25, 2009


well...there isent much that you can do about well im going to go threw a couple of things becuase im not exactly sure what your talking about... this issue may depend on how many gigabytes (GB) it has videos are usually alot of memory... if you are trying to rip movies on to windows media player you have to rip them than go to your library to see if it worked than go to sync on the top andclick on it hihg light the thing you want to sync then press sync.. down here i have found a little tip that might help...


(The Player can sync most audio and video files, and pictures in .jpg format that are stored on your computer. Not all devices support all file types, however, so you should refer to the documentation that comes with your device for information about the file types it supports. Note that you can't sync streamed files.)

if none of this has helped you which i hope it has.. go under the button sync at the top click on the options ans press help with sync..

hope that helps. :)

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on May 04, 2009


Posting solution to mark this as solved (even though poster already found solution):

Go into Settings menu, select Audio, and speaker output settings. The best is Auto, which will use the built in speaker only if headphones are not plugged in.

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Apr 20, 2009


when you put the mini-disk that came with your player into your PC, install the AVIconverter and it will allow you to convert certain video files into the ".avi" format, enabling you to watch videos that would otherwise be unplayable on it. there should be directions for this process in your users manual.

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Mar 03, 2009


inorder for your device to charge, you must "eject" it via the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon in the system tray, this is when using windows XP

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Feb 02, 2009


for me, i just unplug my headphones and the speaker automaticaly goes on, but it does not work for radio

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Jan 24, 2009


The games icon appears to be left over from a feature that was later removed. The downloadable manual from the manufacturer website also shows a game function, but its not in the manual that came with my player from Sears.

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Jan 24, 2009


all you have to do is slide the button at the bottom of the player (under the play/pause button) to the left, it should unlock

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Jan 19, 2009


to solve this issue, load disc player into your drive. when it brings on the files down load english verson and repair version. Once you have done this go to your start menu and hit computer,go to E-drive. You will have to downsize your e-drive to fit on the same page, go back into the start menu to your my music files and downsize that window so both pages are next to one another. Make sure that your player is connected then drag the song you want on the player into the E-drive address bar. BUT YOU CAN ONLY LOAD FILES THAT SAY MP3. WMA FILE WILL NOT PLAY ON THIS PLAYER.

I HAD TO STAY ON ON THE PHONE FOR 2 HOURS JUST TO GET A 2 MINUTE ANSWER BECAUSE ELEMENT INSTRUCTIONS AND COSTUMER SERVICE IS SO POOR.

Anyways, I hope this helps. Happy New Year.

Sears GC-1020 ... | Answered on Jan 02, 2009

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