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I CANT CHARGE MY MP3

I HAVE THE USB BOARD PLUGGED INTO THE COMPUTER AND THE OTHER END INTO THE MP3. IT'S NOT CHARGING THIS WAY!
SHOULD JUST GET A NEW AAA BATTERY?

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  • shawanna_utl Jan 21, 2009

    i TOLD MY DAUGHTER THAT WE SHOULD JUST CHANGE THE BATTERY. BUT SHE'S 10 AND SHE DOES KNOW EVERYTHING! SHE WENT CRAZY BECAUSE THE PC WASN'T CHARGING HER MP3. AND WHEN I CHANGED THAT BATTERY, ALL SHE COULD DO IS SAY THANKS MOM! VERY LOW TONED AND A SMIRK! THANX BHARRIE:)

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See if the battery is chargable and the player is equipped with charging. However I would suggest to change the batteries. AAA are easily available at low cost.

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