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Insignia shuts off on me when it's fully charged

The problem is that when i hook it up to my computer or usb/ac adapter to charge it after the battery completely runs out,like 10 minutes sfter i hook it up it shows the battery is fully charged,but it's not because when i unplug it ,it shows just one bar has been charged,so i hook it up again and it does the same thing ,anyway i have to repeat this process like 10 ot 15 times until the battery is fully charged,and even then when i turn it on,it'll shut off on me,every now and then,some times very offen sometimes not so offen ,but still it'll do it,that's become annoying,i've thought about replecing the battery,but i don't know if that'll solve the problem,i also think it might be a software issue,i also resetted the memory or formated and restored all of the options to default,has onyone had the same problem or similar and how did you fix it?

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Taking the Battery Off the Insignia Pilot 8GBhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29ULLzZqHLI&feature=related

You may need a new battery.
GoodLuck

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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