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Re: REPLACE I AUDIO BATTERY
A good place to start would be contacting the manufacturer of the MP3 player. You don't mention the exact model or make so I can't refer you to the manufacturer's website but a simple websearch should do the trick. Most manufacturers offer a battery change service or a program that would allow you to trade your MP3 player in to receive a refurbished one with a fresh battery.
There are also some 3rd party repair shops that do battery replacements for MP3 players. Depending on the model your local Best Buy™ store may be able to assist you or you can search for other 3rd party repair facilities on the web.
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First try different headphones. If its still bad try the same MP3 files on another player, if its still bad its a problem with the way the files were recorded. If fine on other player, take batteries out of Proline for at least 3 minutes and try again. If still bad you can either replace it or get it repaired, its far cheaper to replace it. A used 2gb player is cheaper than a bus ticket.
If even affer charging for a long time the battery is draining off you will need to change the battery. Remove cover carefully test and confirm before you replace. attempt only if familiar and to do it carefully.Good day
First of all you have to RIP your files from Audio Disc. To do that you can use Windows Media Player. Start Windows Media Player, in top of the screen you should have a button " RIP ", click it. Click Start and then you cand find the files by default in My Music folder from My Documents. Then copy the Ripped Files to the MP3 player. This work only if your mp3 player supports wma files if not try to download Audio Grabber ( http://www.audiograbber.com-us.net/download.html ) to RIP files from Audio cd in mp3 format. After you ripped the files copy them to mp3 player.
so your looking for the audio book ok u get into your menu on the mp3 player and go to audio books then if your on the comp then you push open folder to view files
then it should be under data or watever u named it use the f3search when its ont eh computer