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I put new batteries (Duracell) in my Craig Personal cd player after listening to 1 and a 1/2 cd's the battery icon pops up. This has happened every time I use it. It it a defectice player or what? Thanks.

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It's likely that the unit is using your batteries quickly due to a defect or that the unit simply uses a lot of power.

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