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MP3 player won't turn on

When I try to charge it in an outlet or in the computer, it doesn't bring up the "connected" screen. If I try to turn it on, it doesn't do anything.

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A dead battery u got there

replace it with a newer one

good luck!!

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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