I own a sansa fuze mp3 player. In the instructions it said to fully recharge the battery before first using it. I failed to read the instructions first. Thus, the battery only recharges a little bit. Do I need a new battery and if so can it be installed at the Walmart Store that I bought it at? How much will a new battery cost ? I'm under the impression that the batterys are called AAA batterys, is this correct? Regarding my battery charging, it only blinks(the icon in the form of a battery) for about 5 minutes.
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You need a USB cable which you need to connect to your computer. This cable also serves as a charger. You will probably need to load(rip) the music from a CD to your computer into a program called Windows Media Player. Then you will use this program (Windows Media Player) to "sync" your MP3 player to the computer from which you can download music to your MP3 player. [email protected]
I had the same problem w/ my 4 GB Sansa Fuze after 3 wks. When I took it back to Future Shop I discovered a commis who showed me the secret way to debug it . You have to push & hold down the "Home" & the "Down/Submenu/Options" buttons simultanuously to reset it. It worked for me.
I would charge the Fuze fully before first use, actually this is what is recommended. You'll know when it is finished, as you will get a full green battery icon displaying. The players are not fully charged when first shipped.