Question about Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player
I try to turn my mp3 on and it wont come on even when i plug it up to the computer. I know the battery is good.
Hi, Just posted a solution under "it died" heading. I just fixed my NS-DV2G - the small pcbd under the small top back plate had come unseated. Easy to remove battery cover and battery, then two small screws for top piece of back cover, and see if the board is seated properly on the two strip connector. The pressure connection is is the only thing holding the board on and I believe one drop of this player to the floor could have unseated the board easily. Worth a peek. More long winded details in the other post ;-). good luck,
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
NOT an expert, I just have the same player. The easy things to try are:
1. The player won't kick on if the "hold" switch is on..
2. Pop the battery out and back in to make sure the contacts are lined up.
3. if it's new and nothing is on it, you can reset it with a paperclip into the small hole on the side..
Posted on May 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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