Question about Philips GoGear HDD6330 MP3 Player
I replaced the screen of my hdd6320 according to your instructions (thank you very much!) - but I must have done something wrong. Now it won't hold a charge. The battery icon changes erratically between the plug, the filling-up battery, and the battery with a lightning flash on it. I guess I've left a connection loose - before I take it apart again, could you give me a hint what to look for?
Thanks very much, Ben
There is a single plug with 3 connections for the battery. It can be accessed simply by removeing the back cover. (Don't forget to remove the 2 screws either side of the usb/charging connector first)
If the battery is not connected, then re-connect it.
Unfortunately, the batteries rarely fail on this model. Usually, a charging fault is caused by a faulty charge circuit on the main board.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
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