I would like to know how the lithium battery of this mp3/video player is charged since i dont even know where the battery is or otherwise how to open the device to locate the battery. there is also no power outlet on the device
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Charge your GoGear player battery quickly and easily from your PC via USB. By connecting your player to your PC with the cable provided and following the necessary prompts, your PC will provide the power for charging your player within a few seconds. Enjoy the convenience of doing away with a separate recharger.
Hi. Most likely this kind of problems occurs when the battery is exhausted after a long time of using it. because even intergrated (rechargeable) Batteries Wont Last forever. the chemical substances(lithium-ion) in it Drains after a period of charging/discharging(using the device).
if you have a common Mp3 player, You can purchase a new fresh battery and replace it. its quick and easy.
i can instruct you if you want so. First check ebay for the exact same battery that you have inside you Mp3 Player.
Reverse charging, which damages batteries, is when a rechargeable battery is recharged with its polarity reversed. Reverse charging can occur under a number of circumstances, the two most important being:
When a battery is incorrectly inserted into a charger.
When multiple batteries are used in series in a device. When one battery completely discharges ahead of the rest, the other batteries in series may force the discharged battery to discharge to below zero voltage.
Yeah If you have warranty take it back.. It seems that the battery is defective, if you dont have warranty or you cant take it back i'd suggest you take the battery out, ( A standered lithium battery) and buy one to replace it, you may get in your local electronics store.
The battery for Lyra RD2840 is a built in Lithium Ion Polymer Rechargeable Battery. It doesn't say removable as with other MP3 players.I believe, you will need to bring the mp3 player to the manufacturer's service center to have its battery replaced. =(