Question about iRiver H320 MP3 Player
My H320 keeps switching off (usually if I am scrolling through songs). Sometimes, it just cuts out for no reason. Called the retailer and they just said the battery needs replacing. However, if I switch the player back on, it can play for another 30 mins, then do the same again. It doesn't appear to be the battery. Retailer not going to do more. What do you think it is please? Firmware has been updated and still having the problem. Thanks!
Re chargables are not forever, and it could be the culprit here. Also if it has a power save more it may decide you are not using the player and not sensing your browsing. Maximum life span of a normal use rechargable is 2 years or the hours marked on the packaging it came in, like 3000. Do the math. High energy drain devices also wear out their batteries faster if the backlight and keys are in constant use, turn the brightness down and run off a list of your tunes from you computer program and look at that.
Posted on Oct 16, 2007
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