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My mp3 player refuses to hold a charge

I just bought my naxa mp3 this past thursday and for the first day it was fine but sine then it refuses to hold a charge, I'm wondering if the battery in the thing is bad and i should get a new battery or i just need to return the thing and get my money back

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  • nestel Feb 29, 2008

    I HAVE A FIRMWARE PROBLEM

  • Anonymous Jun 25, 2008

    Battery won't charge.

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Well usually if the firmware is not up to date,it might cause the problem you are having...What I would recommend you to do is to upgrade the device firmware and that should solve the problems..in the even that doenst do it contact the manufacturer to see if they can RMA your device...

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