Question about Philips HDD070 MP3 Player
Sadly, my Phillips GoGear (HDD070/05 2GB) found its way into the washing machine. Now, it doesn't work at all. It's dry, but the problems still remian. It wont turn on, it wont be recognised by my PC when connected, even with the power adaptor plugged in and it smells of Pirsil (okay, not much of a problem. I have opend it up and the insides, as far as I can see are dry, but if I shake it lightly, I can hear something moving around. I dont know if this is water or something else. I bought the device from Ebay and so it is not covered by Philips waranty (as far as I know). Is the device salvagable? I thought about letting the battary charge and then trying to reinstall the firmware, but I'm not sure. Please help me out, I really want my player back.
Yup have to say bin it- its not worht repairing
Posted on Jun 28, 2007
Bin it now!!!
Posted on Feb 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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