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Batery problem? Hi,I bought the Motorola M500 MP3 player a long time ago,and for some unknown reason I cant have the batery charging anymore with the power cord. Could it be that the battery is almost out? I heard that Motorola M500 has no spare parts and I dont know where to get a new battery. Should I wait till the batery is out?Or does M500 is capable of recharging itself??I don t understand why the battery isnt responding anymore....

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  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2008

    I seem to have dropped the batteries somewhere before setting it up. Can someone post specifications of the battery so that I could look for replacement.


  • Richard Rankin
    Richard Rankin Apr 15, 2009

    i have a simular ploblem battry is dieing did this battry work for you when a new one was replaced for it



    you can get me on rankinri@live.co.uk

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The battery number is SNN5743A .
You can get it in various sites on the web.

Posted on May 25, 2008

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