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Difficulty charging the battery

When charging does power on the player have to be on or off?

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It does not matter if it is on or off.

Posted on Nov 04, 2012

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    Chris Hingee Nov 04, 2012

    If it is turned ON it may indicate the charge level of the battery.

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