Question about Coby Audio Players & Recorders
I got a new mp3 and i've had it plugged in for a while, but whenever it's plugged in it won't show the battery charging, and when i've unplugged it it just shuts down and won't turn off. can someone help me?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I bought a Coby mp-c7095 and could not get it to turnon. I charged the battery for more then 24 hours and it still would not turnon.
The problem was easily fixed. The red battery wire was pinched during assembly and shorted to the back cover. I put a small piece of tape over the bare wire and carefully reassembled the unit. Now it works great!
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
I went to the rca site and downloaded the firmware update. It told me how to reset the unit. You have to let it crash, then start it from the Start menu. Then you plug in your player while holding down the play button while it loads. It managed to get it running but I still can't add music.
Posted on May 24, 2008
SOURCE: coby MP550 MP3 player problem
1. Make sure the hold switch is in the "off" position.
2. If the light comes on but your media doesn't play, it could be that you've load files which have DRM applied. The player does not support DRM, and thus can't play the files.Try playing a file that you are 100% certain does not have DRM applied.
3. If the light does not come on, the battery is fried (if LiPo batteries discharge past a certain point, they have a tendency not to recharge, no matter how long you leave it on charge). Return the player to the store where you purchased it.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
The same thing happened to me. Have you tried resetting it? Open up a paperclip and poke it in the back hole. The mp3 should reset. If this doesn't work, you are going to have to reformat it, although I did not have to do that so I don't know how.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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