Question about iRiver iHP-140 MP3 Player
Fumbling in the dark I plugged the wrong adapter into my player while it was on. It froze and began to get hot. Now it doesn't boot up at all. Please help my beloved iRiver back to life. Thanks in advance...
There is a thread on fried players with a fair bit of information on components likely to be damaged and the repair of the players over at misticriver.net http://www.misticriver.net/showthread.php?t=44799 if your handy with a soldering iron .
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
Open the player and test for battery's voltage. In case of a low voltage measurement,you should replace the battery.I don't want to be cruel with you but, maybe that the player power circuit was damaged as well,and in this case it should be repaired by a certified technician (I realy hope for you that this is not the situation). Good luck !!!
Posted on Jul 08, 2007
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