A) If the firmware failed to load, then the mp3 player has a hardware problem that cannot be resolved using reset, repair, or any of the other suggested methods - call Philips and see if you are still in-warranty.
B) The battery on this player wasn't meant to be replaced. Trying to do so will void your warranty. If you are out-of-warranty, take a tiny screwdriver, pop the case open, and replace it with the same type of battery listed in the product spec sheet - this spec sheet is available for free from Philips website. Before you try changing the battery, understand this:
C) 90% of the time, changing the battery doesn't resolve the issue
D) Compare the cost of buying the new battery versus buying a new mp3 player before plunking down on a new battery.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Mar 17, 2009 |
Philips SA6025 Digital Media Player