Question about Audio Players & Recorders
SO WHAT SHOULD I DO
If you still have the MP3 player (or can rescue it from the trash) you may have some options. I assume from your reaction that the unit is either beyond the manufacturer's warranty (one year on most MP3 players) or is physically damaged in a way that would not be covered by a warranty.
Regardless, the unit may be repairable. You should contact the manufacturer of the MP3 player or a local consumer electronics store that offers repair services (such as Best Buy™). If the unit is out of warranty or physically damaged then you would probably have to pay the cost of repairs out of pocket.
Without actually have a tech look at the unit to determine what is wrong and provide you with a repair estimate, it is hard to know whether the price of the repair would make it more economically wise to simply purchase a replacement MP3 player. Depending on the extent of the damage, that’s a decision you would have to make for yourself.
Of course, if you aren’t able to retrieve the player from the trash before it is hauled away then purchasing a replacement may be your only option.
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