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If your battery has been removed from the case, check the connectors to be sure they aren't bent enough to make them hit the plastic battery housing. My 260 wouldn't play unless it was connected to a wall charger and that was what the problem turned out to be. I carefully bent the terminals up just a little and my E260 went right back to work! The battery terminals may also be corroded or dirty. At any rate it is a good place to start and costs nothing to check.