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My Mp3 player won't turn on

Help my mp3 player won't turn on and when i plug it in it says low battery.

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  • sedr98 Aug 23, 2008

    HI i've mail u once before ,
    the problem with my mp3 player is that when it turns on it loads to 40% and then it takes no action! i dont know what to do as i said before i've formated it once.help me plz
    thanks before
    and after .
    www.sedr98@yahoo.com

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HI i've mail u once before ,
the problem with my mp3 player is that when it turns on it loads to 40% and then it takes no action! i dont know what to do as i said before i've formated it once.help me plz
thanks before
and after .
www.sedr98@yahoo.com

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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