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The power randomly shuts off, will not stay on

My Gmini 120 randomly shuts off in the middle of use. It has been dropped and I noticed the casing is secured as tightly as it should be.. Would that cause this problem?

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  • dovber26 Jun 21, 2008

    I meant the casing is not secured as well as it should be?

  • ArchosAddict Dec 19, 2008

    My Archos won't charge up, won't stay on for very long, and sometimes won't turn on at all.



    Help me? Mine has also been dropped and my casing is also the tiniest bit loose.

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I think squeezing the casing back together works... it did with mine. For a while anyway, I have yet to see if it lasts.

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