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Battery Low Message - Won't recharge

I have a Sansa Mp3 m200 series player. I've never had any problems with it and use a rechargable battery system it. I went to Mexico recently with my rechargable batteries and recharger. When my player batteries ran low I tried to recharge them in Mexico, but the player kept shutting down saying Battery Low Powering Down. I bought some AAA batteries in Mexico and they didn't work either, so I left the thing alone. When I returned to Canada I tried my rechargables again - no luck. So I bought more AAA batteries and new rechargable batteries and no luck. I connected my player to my computer and let it recharge that way - it would play for a few seconds, then shut down saying Battery Low. Please help! I love my mp3 player and miss it!!! Anyone got any ideas what's wrong??

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  • jaster649 Jan 25, 2009

    i did try connecting it to my computer. I connected it again for several hours yesterday and tried it again - it powered down and won't start up again, saying Low Battery.



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Did u try connecting it to your computer like i do mine

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  • yunggunna Jan 25, 2009

    that is odd my mp3 never does that i charge it on my computer and my xbox 360 did u try going to radio shack or something

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