Question about Philips PSS110/17 MP3 Player
My Phillips PSS110/05 has been very useful when teaching exercises in my classes for the over 60's as opposed to the alternative that I had been using i.e.Loads of CDs and a MusicCentre to carry around.
Two weeks ago the MP3 Player suddenly would not respond, the battery was charged and in due course I called in Comet where I had it from and was told that the internal battery was no good and that it could not be repaired.
Is this So?
Alternatively is there anything on the market that could replace this model?
Have you checked the reset button at the back - I have had to reset my unit more than once. Battery is probably OK. You can send unit back to Philips to have new battery installed - but I would bet your battery is OK.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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