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My speakercraft jukebox won't respond. i tried unplugging it and plugging it back in and all i get are alternating flashing green and red lights when the power light should be on. help please

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It wont charge it blinks three times then stops

Hi,Okay, well, I don't want to be a shill for Apple (I mean, heck, I had to buy my Shuffle, so it's not like they're sponsoring this in any way! :-) so let's talk about the color sequences and what they mean.

First off, there are a number of different functions that are denoted by different color sequences, so flashing green might mean one thing when you're listening to music, and something else entirely when it's plugged in and charging or syncing with your PC.

The primary functions are powering on, charging, syncing, and general feedback. Let's look at each.

When you turn on your ipod shuffle, the light will indicate your current charge level:

green = 30-100% charge, you're good to cruise
orange = 10-30% charge, low, but still good for a short workout
red = less than 10% charge, time to plug it in
no light = too late, you've run out of juice

If you see an alternating pattern of green-orange-orange then your Shuffle's crashed or otherwise needs to be restored. Needless to say, that's not a good thing, but probably easy to fix when you hook it up to your PC or Mac.

When you're charging up your shuffle, there are three possible light states:

orange = charging
green = fully charged, unplug whenever you're ready to go
flashing orange = busy, either syncing or in use as a remote disk

When you're playing some music, you can see visual feedback on what's happening and what state you're in:

Press play and

solid green = you're playing music
flashing green = you're in pause mode

Press and hold play and

green-orange-orange-orange = you've disabled your buttons
orange-green-green-green = you've reenabled your buttons

That's bound to be one where people panic and fear that they've broken their shuffles, I bet. If your buttons aren't working at all on your Apple iPod Shuffle 2nd Gen, then press and hold your Play button to see what light sequence you're given. This is also shown by the Shuffle flashing orange when you push a button too.

If your player flashes alternating green and orange, you have no music in the shuffle. This can be because it's fresh out of the box, or because, well, something's happened and the music has vanished. Either way, time to sync with your iTunes library.

If you're seeing a flashing red sequence, you're just about out of battery and just need to plug it in so it can charge up.

Finally, Apple has some good tech notes on the new Shuffle too that you might want to check out if you're still a bit baffled by this tiny engineering wonder: Understanding status light behavior, Shuffle Second Gen, Frequently Asked Questions and iPod Shuffle Support Overview.

Feb 17, 2011 | Apple iPod shuffle Second Gen. Silver (1...

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It is not switching on.when i set it for charging it show full charging but when i turn it on it shows red light and 3 time tone is heared thn it become off.....please help me

Even i also had a same problem after format a player its working good. Format your player and put songs again. thats it.

  • Formatting is only available when the player does not playback.
  • If the OPR lamp lights red due to low remaining battery power, the player cannot be formatted.
  • All data stored on the player will be erased.
  • The Content Transfer software included with the player will also be deleted. If necessary,
    download Content Transfer from the customer support web site.
  1. Unite the left and right parts to turn off the player.
  2. Separate the left and right parts.
  3. Press and hold the jog dial for about 15 seconds until the status lamp blinks quickly.
    Release the jog dial. The OPR lamp lights red.
  4. Rotate the jog dial within 30 seconds after the OPR lamp lights red.
    The status lamp turns off. The OPR lamp lights alternately green and red each time you rotate the jog dial.
  5. Press the jog dial while the OPR lamp lights green.
    The OPR lamp blinks green quickly and formatting is executed. When the OPR lamp turns off, formatting is complete. If you press the jog dial while the OPR lamp lights red, or if 30 seconds have passed, formatting will be canceled.
have a nice song for ever...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Apr 11, 2010 | Sony Walkman NWZ-W202 MP3 Player

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When i try to put sons on my ipod they show up on my computer screen so that it looks like there are songs on it but when i disconnect my ipod shuffle the songs dont play and a light flashes green red...

Are you sure its green red green red or is it green orange green orange?

Because according to apple, it doesnt have a sequence for green red green red..... either way, you can see what the different lights mean here..

Thank you and please be sure to rate this answer... :)

Sep 24, 2009 | Apple iPod shuffle Second Gen. Silver (1...

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i just reset mine as mine would not turn on, i held it for a few seconds ant then turned it on and it came on! but mine is chargint at the moment, but the flashing light is red! i thought it was supposed to be green??? Can anyone help?

Sep 03, 2009 | Creative Labs Creative Technology Zen MP3...

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Dell jukebox not working, want to transfer music

Mine has also ceased to charge. For awhile it would charge if I manipulated the charging plug in the socket but now doesn't respond to anything. It does make a nice paper weight now. I suspect mine has a bad connection in the charging circuit somewhere, perhaps just the socket has gone bad. Who knows? --- GB

Aug 22, 2009 | Dell DJ MP3 Player

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Every time i turn it on it says usb safe mode

RCA audio/video jukebox is refuse to turn of and on,it always wrte USB safe mode, later it will write don't remove the cable it's transfering data.or unpluge and reset. what will i do to off it.

Jun 20, 2009 | Thomson Lyra PDP2860 Digital Media Player

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When I plug in the ac cord, the screen goes to Creative screen,

First thing,make sure your battery is charged.When you power on your player,put it close to your ear.If you can hear the hard drive (a faint clicking noise) then your hard drive may be stuck.When you power on player,tap coner of player on mouse pad while player is booting up.If it doesn't work,try again,tapping a little harder.This is a common problem with these players.Good Luck

May 12, 2009 | Creative Labs Nomad Jukebox Zen Xtra MP3...

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Player frozen, green light on

i had my GFs mp3 player and it was flashing green light, not solid, but still was frozen and couldnt even bring it up on my computer after plugging in the USB cable. but i just tapped the reset button on top right side, and it stopped flashing and turned off. i turned it back on and started to play normally. not sure if it will be the same since the light situation is different, but the reset button worked for me. good luck

Jan 28, 2009 | Creative Labs ZEN Stone MP3 Player

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Screen just flashes on and off 'CREATIVE' when trying to start up

This is an issue with the power supply, believe it or not. I just resolved this for a friend by changing the power supply. An old nokia 5v power supply will make a good alternative if you don't have an OEM replacement.

Jan 16, 2009 | Creative Labs Nomad Jukebox Zen Xtra MP3...

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