My mr3 player "etec" is not working. It does not work and if I put it in my computer it makes an error message "E/S error". In the front of the mp3 player say " Ver 2.600.100" and I dont know what is this. Can you help me please?
I have a very important information on this player.
Thanks a lot.
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take the bottom piece off, remove the last battery and put a coating of petroleum jelly on the threads of the tube. Then take the bottom piece and run it all the way in and back off and back in 2 or 3 times.
Then put a little more petroleum jelly on the threads and put the battery back in and the bottom piece.
Sounds to me more like a connection issue at the charger due to the fact that it comes onn as you move it. However if you move it and it comes on for a second, then you move it again and it does the same thing, you are just making and breaking a connection making the charger start over, then it senses a bad battery and quits. If the battery is old it could well be that. Also look at the connection points on the flashlight and charger they should be nice and clean. A pencil eraser works great for cleaning them.
You should be able to use any AC adaptor that puts out a 12 volt DC current and has correct polarity. Based on the estimated size of the battery powering your spotlight, you probably will want a charger that provides at least 1000 mA of power--the charger that came with my ThorX 10 million cp spotlight puts out 1500 mA to charge the two batteries in that light. A lower amperage rating will increase the amount of time it takes to charge your light, but it should still work.
You can find a replacement charger at Radio Shack, which sells chargers that can be fitted with a variety of different tips. However, you might be able to find a cheaper universal charger with a tip that works at a discount store like a Walmart, or you might get lucky at a thrift shop or second-hand store and find a 12v charger that will work with your light. 12 volts is a common output for a lot of different devices, so it shouldn't be hard to track a replacement down. Just make sure you have the adaptor tip polarity correct, or else you could make your battery explode if you try to charge it with reversed poles.
Insure the batteries are working correct and in the proper direction. Also double check the bulb to isure it was not damaged and put in correctly. If it was working before new bulb inst. try a new bulb