Question about Rio Carbon MP3 Player
I plugged my player into my charger after using it one day. I had used it and everything was fine. The next day I tried to use it and suddenly the power button wouldn't work - it seemed like it was jammed. When I pressed it, the readout on the screen would just keep fading in and out and it would stay that way until it would finally shut itself off. I tried to get the power button unstuck by using a straight pin, but only succeeded in pushing it down so far into its slot that now I can't even get to it. Is there anybody that does repairs on these things at a reasonable rate, or should I just not bother trying, and just get another one?
Unfortunately, that is a hardware issue and Rio is now out of the Mp3 player business. Sorry.
Posted on May 23, 2008
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