Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It sounds like the battery in your MP3 player is failing. Rechargeable batteries have a limited lifespan. Over time the amount of time you can expect between charges will decrease until the battery eventually does not hold a charge.
Although the battery pack in most MP3 players is not generally considered to be end-user serviceable you should be able to get service on the battery by contacting the manufacturer of the unit. If the unit is out of warranty there would normally be a cost associated with that service. Or, if you have experience repairing electronic devices you may be able to purchase a new battery and replace it yourself.
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Posted on Jun 30, 2008
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