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WHlie playing its turn off

The battery is fully charge. but sometime it turn on and there time it wont turn on at all.

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Giggle with the cords in the back of the t.v. and back of console, also take disc out and restart

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

  • miap605 Feb 12, 2009

    i meant jiggle

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Well, i don't know how to charge it but jiggle the cords in the back of t.v. and console and reboot

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