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Mercy mission I have an MP3 player, a travel sound player and also a stereo plug in system which is great, but today the sound of the tracks are going loud and soft. I have checked jack points, changed the batteries and found that the battery cover clip had broken off, so by chance I had a 125mgb creative, so changed them over but to no avail. It seems that power is slipping - I love my MP3 player can you please help. Thanks.

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Back up your player and reinstall the software it will work.

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