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Re-Charging Ok, so I keep having the same problem when I try to recharge my mp3 player. When I plug it in, it says it is fully charged, when it is Not! I've tried the a/b + menu button at the same time but it doesn't work. I've had it replaced once already, and sent it and "fixed" another time. I really like my mp3 player, but I'm getting tired of sending it in all the time and never being able to use it!Can you help?

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Re: Re-Charging

Is the battery youre tryin to charge a nuckel cadium if so it might be havin memory issue if you kn the model number of battery and or out put and voltage out put DAA-BA0004,

  • Output Voltage: 3.7 V
  • Capacity: 2000 mAh you can try goin here to oder a replacemnt
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