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Sorry to say it but it sounds like it is dead. You could try to leave it alone for at least a day to potentially kill off the battery in case of a firmware crash, then try charging again, or press and hold the power switch for 15-35 seconds. Other than that, I have had similar issues with rather cheaply built mp3 players, which are fragile to drops, faulty firmware, and of course, water.
Well, how long ago was it in water, and how long was it in the water itself?
I dropped an MP3 one time in water, and it took a LONG time to dry out, even then.. the MP3 did NOT work properly ever agian. There was many glitches with it. You may be dry out of luck with this.
Well the only real thing you can do is to dry it out until no water is left in it and it might work..Usually when these things see water and there on it fries them..but sometimes when they are exposed to water and they are turned of and wait for water to dry they will work again,,Thats not a good sign when you said you heard it sizzle..Thats it shorting out the main board..You might be replacing if when the water dries it doesnt come on thats what happen.Sorry Have A Great Day
Have you've ever thought of the idea that because you dropped it in water, the electronics in the MP3 player might have been seriously damaged? Nothing electronic will work after being in contact with water. (unless it's waterproof or you're REALLY lucky)
it depends upon the chasis. if it is immersed for a while then the circuits present inside the player might get short circuited. then it can be never turned back on. there are many ways to save the device when it is dropped into the water, Remove the batterys as soon as possible.
are you using it through the usb lead if you are you should be able to open the file on the mp3 this should allow you to delete leave this file open but put the music you want on it in a shared file then open this file alongside the file on your mp3 this should allow you to drag and drop but try doing this with your mp3 switched off before you plug it in make sure its off and then when you plug it in it should switch itself on but dont touch the mp3 player and you should be able to drag and drop the files make sure their is enough free memoy on mp3 s some music files are massive you wont need to touch your mp3 player at all while it is plugged into your computer and it should work with no battery in it hope this helps
try this: take the battery out, hold the on/off switch to the left and keep it, then put the battery back in and THEN release the switch...with some luck, if its harddisk survived the drop, you will be able to get into the system-menu and reset it... or: let the battery in and hold the switch to the left for some more time..