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MY ilo mp3 player will not start unless it is connected to a computer.

I have created any damage to my ilo mp3 player, such as drop it or get it wet. It just stopped working. Attempted to replace the battery with 2 different batteries with no success. Used usb cable to hook to the computer, and the computer will play the music - but the mp3 screen does not have any text.

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  • number3 Oct 08, 2007

    Thanks very much for the help. I have not yet tried the solution, but reported the information to Wal-Mart, where I purchased it. They are currently responding. The purchase was made more than 3 months ago, so it is out of warranty (though I did not begin to use it until July 2007. I will use the suggested solution after exhausting replacement/repair options if available with Wal-mart.

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Anonymous

I fixed one recently that wouldnt turn on like yours, a part on the inside broke off and i resoldered it. if you dont mind, you might open it and have a friend whose good with electronics look around and see if anything is loose, disconnected, fried

Posted on Oct 03, 2007

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