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Battery location on mp3

Where in the world is the battery compartment on this mp3? :(

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Re: battery location on mp3

Remove the USB cap. On the back side, Slide open the battery cover towards the USB end. Insert the AAA battery. Make sure to match the + and - ends of the battery.

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Thank you for your quick response.

I solved my problem.

After spending half of my Sunday afternoon trying to charge the battery, I opened the battery
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I re-inserted the battery carefully, closed the compartement, and connected my MP3 to my
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I appreciate your interest in my predicament.
Thanks again !


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