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that happened when i first got my mp4. i just left it on charge for a few hours and eventually it turned on. it should tell you when its fully charged.
theres two ways mine can turn on; (its most likely very different to yours though) theres a little switch on the top of the player and you flick that to the left side. or if its been turned on recently, you can hold the play button. does the instructions say to press the ok button?
(I "ASSUME" you charged it, or tried to). HOW OLD is your MP3 player?? If it's pushing 2yrs old, or played/used on a fairly regular/daily basis, .....YOU MAY JUST NEED A NEW BATTERY.
Carefully peel up the UPC code strip on back of player. (There is a tiny screw underneath it) Carefully remove screw. (The snap notches are 'L' shaped inside the edges of the case). Gently slide/pry open the backside of the case, taking care NOT to break the snap notches. Open case, REMOVE BATTERY. FIND/MATCH BATTERY TYPE. (look in WATCH batteries). Place the new battery in player. Close case, restart/turn on player.
Ensure the key lock is not activated by sliding
"Power on/off ( )/Hold" towards the center
position. If your player isn’t already on, turn it on by
sliding "Power on/off ( )/Hold" to the left
and holding until the player turns on.