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The thing that happened to your Insignia is this and this only .
The little piece that converts/ connects your battery to your MP3 is broken . Now , what happens is when you put it in an outlet theres enough power to just flow through and power your MP3 .
Now , what to do about it .
I know that Inisgnia DOES NOT sell any MP3s anymore , sadly . Im not sure if they have or have not stopped servicing them , though . I have an 8 GB Pilot myself . Its a great MP3 , especially because of the expandable memory , the dual audio jack , and the FM Tuner . But yea , thats what happened . If Insignia has stopped servicing them , you could buy another from 3rd party dealers , or just buy a completely new brand of MP3 .
Hope this helps !
ok well i have had the same problem.
the only answer that i have found so far, is to either let the battery just die, (because it will just die, and turn off, and you should be able to turn it back on) or, you can open up the battery, take it out, and put it back in. that worked for me.
another thing, is you COULD try to hook it up to the computer, but i am not sure that fixes it. but you can always try. hope i helped!
If you hold the power button for 20 seconds it will shut off. I had the similar problem where I unplugged my Insignia NS4V17B frozed on the bluetooth initializing screen. I turned it off then back on and it is now working fine.