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Is easy but be carefully...take the mp3 over the screen you gonna see a crack, with somethin very thin remove the screen and you will know if is the battery.
I had the same problem and it was the baterry. remove the battery and put only with the electric.
I hope everithyn good
Go here: http://www.iriver.com/index.asp?code=0302 ...and search for H10; look for the correct configuration for your unit in the small-font listing under [MTP] H10 5GB/6GB/20GB Firmware V2.51 - US & EU (which is probably H10_20GC_ENG_MT.ZIP if you're in the US). Then search the site for Firmware Updater. Dowload it, unzip it, and run iriver Firmware Updater Setup.exe. Follow the steps on the screen. You might lose your data and have to reload all of it back onto the player, though. Good luck!
Why would you exactly want to disassemble a Sony Walkman? If you mean opening the cover and taking it apart, you'd lose your warranty. Sony as a policy never describes nor encourages tampering with its products, but instead asks people to take the device to a service center. Alternatively, you can apply for a job at Sony and get the required training to disassemble the walkman.
If you are using a USB port that has charged the device in the past and works for other devices, and the shuffle is tight in its dock, all you can do it send the shuffle to Apple for a new battery. It is not user serviceable--next to impossible to disassemble without destroying it.
This usually happens if the iPod wheel is defective, sometimes caused by getting in contact with water sometimes simply through wear and tear. If you're out of warranty, There are specialized online tutorials with iPod Repair instructions that will guide you through the steps of taking it apart and replacing the wheel altogether otherwise you'll have to send it to any third party iPod repair service and they'll replace the wheel for you.