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MP3 won't turn on

My Memorex MMP8565 won't trun on and I know that its battery was full the last time that I charged it with my usb. Appreciate your help.

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Worked like a charm thanks

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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You my need to reset the player i have the same one there should be a reset hole on top of the player get some long and small object and push it. After that you should get the firmware upgrade to upgrade its reponce. but befroe you upgrade earse all the songs first by going to the settings go all the way to the bottom and press format it will earse every thing and rebout the player after you reset it.

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The user guide (p 7) mentions pressing the Power On/Off/Stop button (presumably only once, but see below) to charge the battery if the charging does not start automatically when the uncharged player is connected via USB.

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