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Wont turn on

I just bought my new mp3 player today ive read all the instructions and i put the aaa battery in and relpaced the usb cap it turned on and seemed everything was working well until i took off the usb cap to plug it in to my computer to start downloading and the the whole power just shuts off so i replaced the cap and restarted itself again, so i took the cap off again and the power shut off again my question is how am i supposed to download music onto it when it has no power when the usb cap is removed.
my mp3 player is AWA digital audio player with fm radio CO-338D-2G/CO-338P-1G.

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