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I have a Maxwest (COBY) MP3 player MXD-SHF-2G S1. It stores music and I can access it from the computer but when I try to listen direct from the device I get no sound. All the lights work and blink when you push play but no sound, not even a hiss. I have tried other headphones with same results. Can you help?

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You need no software nor your computer recognizes it, it has a slot for a micro SD card, so you can use that way to 'load' music into it. Hope it helps.

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