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Neuros II will not charge

I replaced the battery and had a tech look at the player - he found the center post on the power receptacle (where the barrel from the wall wart plugs into the unit) loose and soldered it. He verified that the power jack was good - power is getting to the board 
but somewhere after that it's failing and not getting to the battery.

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