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Battery pack charge

Mine didn't come with instructions on how to charge the battery that attaches to the bottom. I have tried putting the battery on and plugging in the player overnight but when I unplug the power cord the battery isnt working. The charge light kinda tries to light up but nothing. How do I charge up the battery?

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From your description, it sounds like a bad battery pack. You may find it hard to locate one, maybe check on Ebay every once in a while, or take the pack apart and see what kind of cells are in it.

Probably not what you wanted to hear, but replacing the pack will probably fix it.

Hope that helps...

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