Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I bought a $20 Mp3 player at family dollar. It is a 680 song mp3 player. I've had it for about two weeks and it has about 10 songs on it. Every time I go to use it, it always drains the battery. Yesterday i put a fully charged battery in it and it drained it down in two minutes. I didnt even get through the song. It takes a AAA battery and it always drains the battery no matter what battery it is. How do I fix this problem
I have seen these - set your device so that there is no back-lighting. Then go buy a NiCad rechargeable battery set (comes with charger and usually 4 batteries) they are really cheap lately at Big Lots , Radio Shack , Walmart, etc. These should last at least a full day. If they aren't - go exchange yours, because there is something wrong with it. Good Luck!!!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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