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My system charges the MP3 but the light indicator never came on and of course the volume and speaker system never functioned. What am I doing wrong? What could be the problem? I live in Kuwait, but I bought my system in the United States - could electricity be the problem?

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No, this is probably a system malfunction and if it was under warranty i would send it to the manufactorer, OR try to have a local repair shop look at it.

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