My mp3 player RCA M2000 will not play...
when i'm turning on... i cant hear some music and i cant understand the text on the screen...on the mp3...in the other day it's have a virus..but i'm trying to reformat...nothings gonna happen...any body can help me?
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Get a song playing. Click menu and a menu, starting with Repeat will come up. Click play on Repeat and a new menu will come up. About two thirds the way down is Random. Click play on random AND Bob is your Uncle.
i have a jensen model# smp 2 GBL it wont play it comes on for a second then turns off. I took out the music put in new music then it played for 5 minutes then turned off and does the same thing again. I put in alot of new batteries that dont work either can you help me
Turn it on by holding in the power button - it is normal for that model to go to sleep while it is playing, as a powersaving feature - but it shouldn't stop playing the music, the screen should just go away. Usually pressing any key will wake it back up.
Check the owners manual for limitations on the external memory. Sometimes the MP3 player has a limit on external memory. Lets say 2 GB. Also make sure the lock switch is disengaged. Also try to reformat the player.
I have an identical problem with my mp3 player which looks similar but isn't the same model. There's something up with the play button, some moisture or grit or dust has got underneath the contact for the play button so that the mp3 player thinks you are constantly pressing the on/play button.
Put it in a warm dry place. I have had this problem twice & this has fixed the problem on both occassions. If there's more than moisture trapped inside, that can be harder to shift. But there are no moving parts in this player so don't be afraid to give it a good shake to try & get things moving.