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Cannot charge battery on MZ-NH1

I cannot charge the battery. At first the charging light would come on and everything ok. Then connection to the cradle became intermittent...the unit would start to charge as it was placed on the cradle but when fully connected to cradle and clicked in charging would stop. Now it won't charge at all. Is there any other charger that will work with LIP4WM battery.
Many thanks...Ian

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  • Ceres Rising
    Ceres Rising Jun 10, 2015

    I had the same issue with my MZM10 battery charging. I bought the replacement from Ebay and it still wont charge. My solution was to take a razor and cut the excess green layer at the back end of the battery. I then charged the player using a mini usb connector to my laptop. Seems to be working.
    I hope this answers your concerns.

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