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My mp3 player will not charge, it says low battery, shutting down, then it goes black.

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  • 14abrown May 15, 2008

    i cant load music

  • OneDream
    OneDream May 19, 2008

    Well, it's not my fault the battery is bad? :S
    Can I leave it in for warranty?


  • Timbers May 31, 2008

    The battery died (I think) in the Sony. It won't turn on, or recharge or anything and is only three months old. It never held a long charge. How can I get a new battery and how do I replace it. Sony wants $77 just to look at it.

  • ChristyPalm Jun 24, 2008

    I have had my mmp8565 for a year but barely used it. Now the battery charges to full, it plays about 10 minutes worth of music and says low battery!

  • Anonymous Sep 01, 2008

    I have replaced the battery six different brand new batteries and keeps saying Low Battery and turns off.

  • marissaacker Jan 05, 2009

    i have a memorex mm8565 but i dont know how to install it on my computer, windows vista


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You don't have a bad battery, I recieved same issue. I hit the reset button a few times and it fixed itself.

Reset Button - http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/1986/resetr.png

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I have replaced the battery six times with brand new batteries and it keeps saying Low Battery and turns off.

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I have a memorex mm8565 MP3 player and it doesn't hold a charge either! I've only had it for 6 months and I've used it for maybe 6 hours total.

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You have a bad battery, you can get one on ebay and then i can help you how to replace it

Posted on May 15, 2008

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