Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I just got a Missil GL-1502 mp3 player, but it doesn't want to stay charged for any long periods of time. I can plug it in and charge it overnight, but it still only lasts for 3-4 hours before it drains the battery again.
Also, the jack for my headphones is all wonky too, causing the audio to cut in and out, sound like it's coming from down a tunnel, or only coming through one earphone. Originally I thought that my earphones had crapped out on me, and went and bought a new set. However, this did not fix my problem at all.
Are these common glitches that occur in my particular device, or did I just end up with one that's faulty?
The battery is too much charged it don't work what should we do
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
I have the same MP3 and the battery does not last very long with me either, I don't know what to do about that but the headphone jack on mine also did the same thing and that's because it broke when I dropped it. You should go to a electronics store and they could fix the problem. I wouldn't suggest you try to do it on your own, I tired that and it didnt work, instead I lost the headphone terminal in the mp3 itself. So if you still have all the parts, it should be cheaper to fix.
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