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Hi, battery cell might be too weak to power the mp3 on, you can try out another battery to test if it is the battery.
If it is battery, when getting a new one, make sure after purchase, you charge till it shows 100% before you use to save you the stress of getting another one. So that the cell inside the battery will work properly.
you can also check the charger if still working properly.
we solderd in an sony litium ion battery from our dead camera it has to have the three lines you just solder a wire from + to + aned - to - and mid to mid works beter than ever make sure the voltage is around the same as your enza battery.
Hi I think your battery may be going bad or you need to purchase a wall charger to fully charge your battery. Charging your iPod on your computer works fine for a while, but as the battery gets older, it needs more charging and often it doesn't get enough from the computer. Try a wall charger first. Charge it all the way up until it stops charging. If it still shows a low battery you need to have a new battery. There are a lot of places that can do it. Hope that helps.
It sounds like the battery in your MP3 player is failing. Rechargeable batteries have a limited lifespan. Over time the amount of time you can expect between charges will decrease until the battery eventually does not hold a charge.
Although the battery pack in most MP3 players is not generally considered to be end-user serviceable you should be able to get service on the battery by contacting the manufacturer of the unit. If the unit is out of warranty there would normally be a cost associated with that service. Or, if you have experience repairing electronic devices you may be able to purchase a new battery and replace it yourself.
try removing the battery of the player and put it back in then try to power on the player. If it will not power on try removing the battery and connect the player to the computer without the battery if it would turn on then i guess its the battery causing the issue. You can purchase any battery from any local electronic shops out there like best buy, wal-mart.