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When I plug in my player it does not charge the battery. The screen stays on and it shows that it is connected. This morning I plugged it in and the screen shows it is writing? It is still ot charging Tom

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I used to have one....you just need to turn it off when its charging.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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