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Mp3 will not stay powered on

I turn it on and it will power on only to give me the indication that the "battery is to low, system shut down". Even with the power cord connected, I still get the indication and it will not stay on.

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U should charge your player on a laptop at least for two hours,after charging u will not get this problem

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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