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Philips hdd070 MP3 player has gone dead

Philips hdd070 is completely dead It worked yesterday until it went flat It was left on charge overnight and disconnected with the point lead symbol showing on the sceening indicating it was fully charged. Then nothing. I have tries to reset as per instruction booklet, (hold down up-arrow button and volume-up button together for 3 seconds). Then tried to turn it on and nothing. When connected to the computer it know something is there but says it is not working. (probably because it is switched off) Does anyone have any clues?

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I think it's hanged. Let it be the way is it, once the battery is exhausted and at that time when u start it, it should be OK.

Posted on Oct 16, 2007

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