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Probem with my battery

It seems i have over charged my sand disk player so right now when i switch it on it says battery too slow and then it shut down it self, please i need a help to this problem also it dont have screws at the back of it for me to atleast take the battery off for some minutes or so please i need emediate assistance to this .


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If you over charged it, leave it shut down, unplugged. It will continue to drain some battery. A day or two should be fine.

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It seems i have over charged my sand disk player so right now when i switch it on it says battery too slow and then it shut down it self, please i need a help to this problem .


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There are few reasons your SanDisk Player is acting up. Here are some things to try out.

Make sure the HOLD switch is turned off before you power up your player. This will sometimes cause errors in booting.

If that doesn't work you can try a soft-reset by holding the power button down for 15 seconds then try turning the player on normally again.

Finally, if you are brave enough, you can take the battery out of the player to force a complete reset of the player and battery. This is done by taking the four screws out of the back of the player and removing the battery. After 30 seconds, put the battery back (be sure the it is seated properly) and replace the screws.

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