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Changing battery iv recently bought a 8gb mp3 from argos that uses aa batteries. it worked fine until i came to change the battery. now when i change the battery the screen would turn on but then go blank or would read file system error. then when i put the original battery it came with it would load up fine and play normally. why is this? can anyone help me? very confused, jen

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