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The mp3 player works only while charging on the USB when I unplug it from computer it works for a minute and says bat. dead

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If it only works using USB most probably you have problem with:

1) Rechargeable battery inside have a loose connection
2) defective or malfunctioning rechargeable battery.

this problem occurs normally to those china brands MP3/MP4 players

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