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I HAVE TRYED ALL DIFFERENT USB CABLE FOR MY MP3 AND HAVE WENT TO, TO MANY DIFERENT STORES FOR USB CABLE AND THE 4DB FLASH CARD FOR THIS MP3 PLAYER. TO MY KNOWLEGE EVERY SENT I HAD THIS MP3 PLAYER HAVE NOT BENFINT ME AT ALL. WENT TO BIG LOT WHERE I BROUGHT IT FROM TOLD ME TO WRITE ARE TELL YOU'LL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT THAT I HAD PURCHER FROM YOU'LL POLAROID, I WOULD LIKE FOR YOU'LL TO REPLACE IT ARE SOMETHING.
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Have you tried another pair of speakers? Speaker wire being crimped can cause this problem over time. If you have already tried that then replace the batteries in order to prevent a low battery solution [you'd be surprised--I've even done that before in my MP3 after similar exp. which mines a samsung..]
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