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Charging trouble My Insignia device turns off just when I play a song, and the battery indicator shows only one line of charge (like it would be uncharged) so I connect it to my computer and everything seems to be all right; the battery indicator is full and green. Also the device last too much time turning on and always says Rebuilding libary for a long period.

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Might be a bad battery.

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I believe they have an excellent Return Authorization system, that if you truly have trouble with your disk player and it's still under warranty, gather your receipts and get on line to get an RMA. I have successfully returned to disc players that were infact faulty (FAT problems) and received two replacement players. Get on it right away. Look at the manaul online too. IT can be very helpful. I've included the Battery info, and the link for the manual at the end.

Battery
The Sansa
®
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®
player through the USB port of your computer, a car adapter (not included) USB port, or AC
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®
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®
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