I think others have had a similar complaint, but I haven't been able to find a solution that works.
My mp3 player was running out of battery, so I changed the battery to a new one. Nothing happened, the mp3 player is not turning on. Any suggestions?
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I have two RCA MP3 players, I can not find any info about your mod. on the web to help me help you. One of the RCA players I have takes a AA battery you push down on the cover and it will pop out. The other one you can not replaced the battery you just recharge it like a ipod. I would like to have a new battery as it does not last very long any more she is 3 years old now. I think as your mod # is similar to mind it does not take replaceable battery's.
I found another complaint similar to mine and someone had posted a solution, which also worked on my daughter's Sansa e 260.
I went to settings, then usb mode and selected MSC instead of MTP and computer instantly recognized the hardware and I could sync her music for her! Can't remember name of person who'd posted solution, but thanks heaps!