Question about Audiophase MDP-1 Personal MiniDisc Player
I recently purchase this MP3 player for my daughter. We can not get it to charge. We have left it pulged in for 2 days and it still shows low battery. What am I doing wrong. Thanks
I had this same player and the same problem. I was able to get it to take a charge by having the computer on and having the mp3 player on before connecting the player to the USB. I then pressed the play button and held it a few seconds and it showed it was charging, being doubtful I waited a couple hours then turned it off, unhooked it, turned it back on and it worked great. Hope you can do the same.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
You may replace the battery, it is defective some chargeable batteries have a life span of 2years defending on the frequency of usage. you may change with the same specs although different brand as long the same output and input voltage
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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