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If you can turn your player on while being plugged to your PC/Laptop or USB charger, then your internal Lion battery is most likely gone past its useful life (some 500 charges or 18 months usage) and may need replacing.
Most MP3 player may show 'fully charged' when plugged in either when the battery is truly fully charge or defective battery is no longer taking a charge: e.g. minimum or no current flow situation.
There might be a problem with the connection. Using the player under water for long periods of time can build a sort of calcium on the connections inside the player. Look to see if the internal connection in green, if so you might want to get a really small screw drive and just scrap some of the calcium.
Make sure that is turned on.(switch to the red side) Then once connected to USB port, it will start blinking red and green.Once fully charged the light will remain red. It takes about 2.5 hours to fully charge.