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How long should I charge my sony walkman before using it for the first time?What is the proper procedure?

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Well, though there are no hard and fast rules for charging your MP3 player still I would recommend you to charge the player for atleast 2 hours before you start using it. Then ensure that you drain the batteries completely before charging them up again.

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Posted on May 20, 2011

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