Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I had the problem on May 12 and the solution worked perfectly . I let it dry (with the help of the hairdryer ) and then waited 2 days to turn it on . It works just fine .
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Well today I woke up and I reached for my i-pod shuffle to listen to, and the light would not turn on. I went to plug it in to the computer, and it not even show up on applications, I-tunes did not show up.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
To be perfectly honest, it may be shot. But, as long as you dont try to power it up or charge it while its wet, there is a chance that it will dry out on its own or even better, with a hair dryer on a low heat setting. If it comes apart then you can do a good job at drying it, if it doesn't. then it may dry with a blow dryer. If water inside sits too long, the connections corrode making the MP3 player useless. Be patient, try to dry it and then wait at least 24 hours to fire it up again.
Posted on May 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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To reset your player, use a thin pointed object such as a paper clip to press the reset hole on the back or bottom of your device. If your player is malfunctioning while connected to the PC, reset the player while it's connected.
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