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CUTS OFF CONSTANTLY

My player cuts off constantly and sometimes I can't listen to even 3 seconds of one song...the thing will diasplay "LOW BATTERY" even though a new one is in...the thing sometimes cuts off before it displays PEARL. The thing will play for 30 minutes one day, a week later it cuts off after seconds to minutes. Im gonna toss it out the car window and try a diffenent brand cos my TH1100 did the same dang thing...good thing it's very small, I think tossing out a car stereo would hurt someone if they were walking by, one good thing about tossing a little MP3 player out the car window is that it won't hurt anyone as it bounces off the cement curb...and it wouldn't hurt a cars axel if they decide to run it over should it decide to land in between the double yellow lines of a two way street.

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