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The power input plug is pushed in and i can't charge the battery

Or power the unit. where can i get a replacement jack,to install a new one. also a new battery.

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  • James Owens May 01, 2009

    The input recepticle on the player has the center(+) broken off. I need a new one.

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michelle,

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