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Charges slow and battery dies quickly

I have been charging my mp3 player for 6 hours now. When it is fully charged, it dies in about 3 hours. What's wrong?

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You most likely "over charged" your MP3 player...

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

  • Anthony Abbott Jun 02, 2009

    you most likely "over charged" your MP3 player...

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