Question about Creative Technology ZEN Vision M Digital Media Player
What fell out was your switch. That little indentation you speak of is what activates certain functions of your media player depending on the switches position. If you are handy enough you can replace the switch where it goes. You have to open your media player up. So you will want to do this on a table with some space. Use a thin towel or something else similar to work on so you don't scratch the face of your media player. Let's get started.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
these things usually happen because of problems lcd screen.
If your problem just happened after you make repairs to the hardware, it is probable technical error, try to loosen the back of what you have done and make the installation more carefully. Normally, if the error during installation, it will return to normalcy after the installation is back to normal.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
Power buttons are quite a delicate part to tamper with as they are usually very sensitive and little misguidiance could spoil the power function. To fix the small black square rubber is by taking out the four screws and ensuring the rubber sits well with the indented part facing down.Also most power button systems have springs chech if your unit has a space to accomodate springs then get replacement springs for the button as most likely the spring would have fallen off.
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Posted on Mar 23, 2011
Hi, According to your problem it may occurs for on/off switch. Don't worry It is not a big problem. If you sure it is the problem of on/off switch then you can try to fix the rubber piece. To do so just open the screws and take out the front panel of the player very carefully. fix the rubber piece or replace it properly. It may solve your problem but before that make sure the replaced battery is OK and the wires and circuits of the battery or player is not faulty. To do so you can take help from manual.
According to your problem it may occurs for on/off switch. Don't worry It is not a big problem. If you sure it is the problem of on/off switch then you can try to fix the rubber piece. To do so just open the screws and take out the front panel of the player very carefully. fix the rubber piece or replace it properly. It may solve your problem but before that make sure the replaced battery is OK and the wires and circuits of the battery or player is not faulty. To do so you can take help from manual.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
First, you will need to disassemble the player completely in order to fix the rubber firmly to it's rightful position.
Make sure the player is turned of. Get a screw driver that can fit into the screws of the player, remove the battery, and proceed in disassembling the player.
After it has be disassembled, fix back the battery into it, then try to turn it on by pressing the "on" (switch) directly on the board without the on rubber piece. This will enable you know if actually the "on" is working. You can also try the lock function. After that,you can now fix the rubber.
Look at the case of the zen player, I mean the position if the 'On', you will see where the rubber will fit. Place the rubber there, then carefully assemble the zen with the rubber getting of. This clip the rubber firmly to its correction position and is shouldn't fall off.
You can now screw the case back together and it should be done.
I hope you understand what I am trying to say............
I wish you good luck...
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
I believe the rubber you are describing is the slide switch control for the on/off button
here is the illustration:
for a more comprehensive explanation watch this video.
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Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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