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Sounds like a faulty charger.have you tried using another charger.have you also tried running the battery completely flat via control panel utilities.sometimes this helps the battery renew its stamina by complete discharge then doing full recharge.lastly if the charger is not faulty and you have tried full discharge and recharge cycle it could be the battery is starting to fail.it is not a good idea to leave the battery on continual charge as this can shorten its life.most batteries last between 500 to 700 recharge cycles before they start to lose their holding capacity.
The problem could be with a circuit that has blocked the flow so the unit will not turn on, and as far as the unit is charged that circuit has power to be stayed on. I recommend that you leave the MP3 , or digital device alone so it completely gets discharged so that bad circuit breaks. The other thing you can try is to try to see if the unit starts when you connect it to the charger. If this does not work, then discharging the unit completely , should solve the problem.
Your Phone software is Hang , and stuck it some time due to the loads of applications and msgs stored in cell phone , take out the mobile battery and re-insert , On your cell phone now check if you find the same problem , then you have to format your cell phone
I had a similar problem with my 30GB Zune. The first normal solution is to make sure that the USB port is providing enough power to the Zune to charge it by trying a different port or computer, but since your other Zune charges it is likely not the problem.
Other possibly solutions are performing a hard reset on the Zune (hold back and up until it resets), or allowing the zone to completely discharge and try again. In my case, none of these solutions worked and I was forced to send my Zune in for a new battery, which Microsoft was willing to replace for free.