I got this mp3 about 6 months ago now and the problem is that my mother unplugged the wire pull it hard didnt use it until days after that so when i tried to transfer some music my computer didnt recognize it took it to the service they said that my mp3 had a virus they clean all and transfer some music to try and see it working seemed all good but now im trying again to transfer music and the same problem again is there any chance it could be my wire if they use it to fix it
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Since the volume of the radio seems to be fine it is doubtful that the amplifier is malfunctioning. I will check the stylus to see that it's fully seated and examine the wires in the tonearm that connect to the cartridge. If they seem okay then I suspect the cartridge may be bad
it sounds like a possible back light problem. those are not something you can fix at home. if you are hearing music etc, mean definetly the back light is gone.
It's like a laptop computer, when the back light gone, you are still able to use the computer on an external monitor but not on the laptop lcd.
hi ericjpratt. did u input the WEP key into your ipod? if you didnt follow these steps (if u have then u better hope your ipod has a warranty): click on settings, click on wifi connection and choose whichever one is your connection (make sure your near to your computer and have a router so that your wifi can extend to more than 1 foot. and then enter your WEP key. after that return to the screen where you chose your network eg. bigpond231 and then set "ask to join network" as off
and thats all if it didnt work then ur screwed :P anyway, good luck with your ipod i know what it must feel like... that happened to mine as well until a few days ago.
This usually happens if the membrane of the action button deteriorates and the gold plated contacts between membrane and logic board do no longer establish good contact. There are specialized online tutorials with iPod Repair instructions that will guide you through the steps of taking it apart and cleaning the contact or replacing the button altogether otherwise you'll have to send it to any third party iPod repair service and they'll replace the membrane for you.
There are many causes for the freezes all of which I have found so far to be operator error. Except for the firmware upgrade. Follow all manufacturers instructions for resets and reinstalls (read throughly before proceeding) and all will be well again. We have 2 sleek photos I found the users to main the problem (2-teenages). Corrupt files (pics & audio)cause freezes. Find them and delete them. Regular cleanup from the utilities menu)helps alot these units are mini-computers but they do not multitask well- cant push them.
I tried to get a hold of them too. They apparently dont do warranties on stuff like this and from what they told me they don't fix them either. Mine does the same exact thing and I was surprised to find out this morning that I'm not the only one. In order to get it to work (and this is BS) you have to plug the USB connector into the computer and let it light up for a few seconds. Then unplug the cord and hold in the power button as hard as you can until it starts. You have to do this everytime but once you get it started it works just like before until it shuts off. Also, make sure that you set the power saver so that it doesn't stay on all day and drain the battery: you can't shut it off with the power button either.
You have to hit the reset button. You stick the end of a small paperclip or even the wire part from those garbage bag twist-ties into the reset button which is the hole on the bottom of the player. As you push the paperclip into hole you must hold down the PLAY button. This should put it into the Recovery screen or else it will just say "Rebuilding Library".
If it goes into the Recovery screen you select CLEANUP and then YES. After it goes through cleanup which can take forever then it will will usually reboot on its own or if it goes back to recovery screen hit REBOOT after you have done CLEANUP.