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My mp3 is not charging

My rra mp3 while charging had marked battery full later in went into initializing, now i am not getting any connection battery is not charging

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I found that Holding the power button for about 6-10 seconds will force it to turn off. If you plug it into the computer while it's off it was recognized. The RCA software didn't recognize it, but when I doubleclicked the drive in "my computer" it asked me to Format. after I formated, I unplugged it and plugged it back in, and the RCA software picked up the device

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4. If the portable player is still not responding, reset it by pressing the RESET button with a small pin or similar object. Reset button is located near the Strap hole.
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The one other possibility for mine is that I damaged it using a generic charger in the car that was supposed to work for "most" MP3 players. It did seem to - I mean, the player didn't blow up, catch on fire, or stop working! - but a day later, it collapsed. Maybe a coincidence, maybe damage from the car charger.

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