Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hey guys. well my g/f has same problem.. take out the screws on the left and bottom right and both on top. be careful though. Now once you have opened it you should see a white square box with something like seagate 4GB on it, with the head fone jack facing towards you gently pull down this white box till it comes off. then gently put it back on. this is called the hard drive that stores all your music on it ect. its worked for mine..
i also had to resolder a new head fone jack on it because the solder joints broke..
hope it helps thanks =]
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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