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The mp3 player will not hold charge once you unplug it from the wall..Can you change the battery in these it seems to be hooked to the chip board? as long as the mp3 player is hooked into the wall charging it will work, but when you unplug it it won't hold charge

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  • teaser72 Feb 26, 2009

    my mp3 won't hold a charge when unplugged from the wall, but will work when plugged in. I want to be able to charge it and would like the best way to do so. I try to charge it by plugging it into the wall, not the computer.

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My colby MP3 is not leting me listen to my music.I like need help

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