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Olympus voice trek v-41 not displaying anything..

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Olympus voice trek v-41 became totally blank, not even displaying anything on power on. The user manual is in Japanese and unable to find any inputs. At least need the user manaul in English. Pls help how to proceed. Pls note I have put new AAA battery, even then it is not working.

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SOURCE: The screen display is blank however I am able to play tracks

My NWHD5 has a similar problem, the back light comes on but no data on the screen, since the cost of replacing the screen is a third of the price of the unit I cheated and bought a remote control from ebay which has a screen on it, not ideal but does the job. Phil

Posted on Jun 20, 2007

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SOURCE: blank display on Saumsung T10

The only way to get the unit working is to press the reset. I have the same problem, also the main menu is very slow.... this is my experience from Samsung.

I took it back to Samsung, the first lady charged me $35 as deposit and told me that if I decided to fix it they will then take the $35 off the total. And if it cost too much to fix they’ll return my deposit. The same lady called me two days later saying there was something wrong with the PC board (I already know that there was something wrong, I just needed a quote on how much it’ll cost to fix the unit) and that it’ll cost me $238 plus labor to fix it. I was like no way I don’t want to do that I’ll just get a new one for $90. So the next day I rock up to Samsung Service Centre- Granville (ICURE) to pick up my MP3 and deposit, a second lady was there and guess what she didn’t give me back the $35, saying that it was a charge for quoting. That really pissed me off… I’m never buying another Samsung product.

So I hope I’ve save you guys from getting ripped off on the quoting.

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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SOURCE: The display language was changed from English to Chinese/Japanese

Here si the link to the user manual that will help you with the "flying blind" method of changing the language:
http://www.sandisk.com/assets/File/Downloads/user-guides/clip-usermanual.pdf

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Sansa c150 will not turn on

IF it displays the logo, it seems to be a very common problem with this player.

I spent hours last night trying to solve this same issue.
Becuase the problem is SO common, and the information is so scattered, I decided to write up my discoveries on a wiki

Hope this helps!

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Change Language to English

Go to the settings (equalizer symbol).
Than go down to the 5th menu item (language, sprache, langue, lingua, la lengua,Taal ...)
The first one should be english.

Posted on Jun 13, 2009

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SOURCE: My Sony was given by a Japanese friend. The

please study a japanese language course this is the only solution to your problem. Hope It helps je je je.

Posted on Dec 01, 2010

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