What should work is to get some tweezers and pull on the spring at the positive end of the battery holder, making sure it comes into contact with the battery.
Also try batteries with longer nubs at the positive end to ensure they connect properly
I had the same problem, it seems the cheaper batteries with small nubs just dont cut it. But dont fret, the player isnt broken
Try taking the battery out, let it sit for a couple minutes, and put a fresh battery in the player.
This is the equivalent to a hard boot and this is what was suggested to me when I had the same problem.
Hopefully this will fix your problem.
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You should not have tried to use it right away. You should have immediately pulled the battery out and then blow dried it and put into the rice bag for 24-36 hours. Because you tried to use it is shorted out. You will need a new phone as it is probably not going to be able to be fixed. Sorry!
hi i bot robopanda sec hand and he was working fine untill i put new batterys 4 rayovac 4.0 aa batterys it worked just two seconds the everything whent dead and i,m unable to start him agine i even pushes the reset button im so un happy about this please please help me martin.
sound like bad battery cables.replace them.the positive battery cable is old and have a lot of resistance not allowing power to the alternator to charge battery.if battery cable good check alternator connector wires.make sure they are not damage also check alternator fuse and fuse link.turn off radio before removing battery wires so you wont lose radio code.
I heard from another posting on here and the answer, that someone took fine sandpaper and cleaned off the terminal ends of both battery and camera and blew out the dust particles from that before replacing the battery, then then camera worked. I have yet to try it with my Kodak camera that is 2 years old and suddenly died too! The batteries are fine and work in other cameras.
Does the battery need replacing? My screen is cracked and it appears the battery discharges quicker than normally.
For now, I check the voltage on my rechargeables before installing them so that I know they are good.
Try putting one song on to see if that will play?
ok i had the same problem and i was searching what to do and found that you have to take out the battery and leave it for 5 minuites WITHOUT a battery in it and then put in the battery and it should work
I'm having the same problem! I've had my Sansa e130 for exactly one year today. I loaded new music on it last night and when I tried to turn it on, it said "searching internal memory for new music." I left it on and this morning it wouldn't come back on with new batteries or even when hooked to a computer! I sent an e-mail to the company for help since there is no reset button. I haven't heard anything yet. I suggest you contact SanDisk too. They may have a problem. And I can't believe someone actually suggested as a solution to put a new battery in it or hook it up! No duh! We're looking for real help here, not the obvious things to try.