Question about Sony NWZ-E436F MP3 Player
Battery dead unless pluged into computer. Charges for 2 days. when disconnected, player will not turn on
Friend, the power switch is damage thats why the charger acted as switch. replace the power switch
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
It is not a dead battery , the problem is you have let the battery run
to low on too many occasions, the real problem is the battery now has a
memory point it only charges to a minimum level.
Without the USB cable connected take a clothes peg or any spring clip and put it on your media players play button to make it stay on and the unit will display the low battery warning,the whole time the play button being held down, leave on until the battery is truly dead and won't turn on again.
Reconnect to USB cable it may take several attemps when you see it start charging, do not disconnect it again, let it charge for two hours minimum.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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