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Wont charge i have connected the mp3 player to the computer and it wont charge it has been on the computer for about 4 hours now somebody please help me

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Hi , first a hall you have to plug in to your usb in the pc ( attention not on distribution usb 4 plug or 6 plug will not work let me know yvon chow !!!

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(1) Hit the reset button for 5 seconds.
(2) Hit the reset button, slide down the on/off slide, and have it plugged into the computer at the same time. Hold for 5 seconds.
(3) Hit the reset button again.
(4) Charge it for at least 10 hours in the port in the BACK of your computer.
(5) After 10 hours, unplug the player and press the + volume button. While still holding it, plug the player back in. Keep holding it for 5-50 seconds. (most likely nothing will pop up).
(6) Let the player sit UNPLUGGED for a good 3 hours.
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