Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Once you open the device, it's not possible to reassemble it to "factory condition" - in other owrds, this device is not supposed to be stripped and worked on. This problem goes to a faulty battery cable to circuit board inside the device - the battery has a two pin micro-plug to conenct to the circuitry, but the pins are too short to 'home' properly under vibration, or shock (you dropped it) - results in low contact conductivity and a discharged battery. Even though the device reports a Full Battery while on the USB cable, and will show its files under the Windows O/S, the battery pins are not making enough electrical contact. I've opend and debugged mine, and now I'll throw it away - way to expensive in worshop time to worry about.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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