So I have matsunichi MF389 mp3 player..
I was transfering files when somethin went wrong and I had to stop file transfer...after that all my comps said i must format it..so i format my mp3 with FAT.... now i can put songs on mp3 using comp BUT when I try to start my mp3 it gets to the part where there is a sand clock appearing and then it shuts down...and again goes to that part..best thing is i haven't even pressed the button to start..it goes like that by it self..what to do?
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i believe on this model from what i can tell from the fixya archives is that it has a slide lock. You should be able to slide a button that says "hold" and then it has 2 positions hold and unlocked. i cant confirm this as matsunichi has a new owner and no longer offers manual support on this product.
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If the music is from a cd then rip it (Windows Media Player, Itunes). PC: Once you have the music file Start-> My Computer There should me a image and a name of the MP3 open the device, then find your music and copy it (where every you ripped it or what ever) then go back the the device window and paste.
Im sorry to say it, but i'd just chuck it...there doesn't seem to be any solution, even when you contact Matsunichi. Must just be a random fault on the system, or a purposely done timer that means you have to buy another player after a certain perion of time??? Could be a good method for the company to get more money in the market...Thats what i think anyway