I had the exact problem as the other two above but resolved the situation as follows: I connected the battery to the charger and switched the power on. The charge light on the battery glowed 'red' as it should and some time later, not as long as it should have been, the light changed to 'green' indicating it was fully charged. At this point I removed the charge lead from the battery and then replacedit. The charge light reverted to 'red' again. When it eventually changed to 'green' I repeated the above step and did so for the next 18 hours. I then connected the battery to the player and played a dvd 1hr 55min film. It worked fine. I hope the solution works for yuo!!
I have the same problem with my MP72. I bought it last year, never charged the battery, and just now pulled it out to charge the battery, and won't hold a charge for more than maybe 5 minutes, then shuts down. I also bought the performance protection plan for this, but come to find out that "consumables" like batteries aren't covered, so I'm stuck. Even though I had never used the battery and would assume they would include a new usable battery in the box. What a joke, Mustek products and Office Depot PPP plans seem to be worthless.
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I always buy an extra battery or two for my cameras. Sometimes if batteries are over charged [left in the charger for days] or charged too often [charge again after just a few minutes of use each time] they won't hold a charge. Or it could have been a bad battery to begin with. Get a new one and be happier for just a few dollars. Hope that helps, it's what I do.
NiCad batteries have this problem when they are recharged frequently after being only partially discharged. This is also the case when the batteries are left in the charger continuously - even if the charger is described as being "automatic". I have old 12v batteries that I have been using for 20 years, but I only charge them for a few hours, and only when they have run down enough to be useless. I prevent leaving them too long in the charger by using a timer that cuts the power to the charger after a couple of hours. A couple of years ago I bought new drills and chargers, and believed that the chargers would be automatic and so could be left plugged in. Those batteries only lasted a couple of years, while the old ones are still going strong. I now use the timer for any of these chargers, automatic or not - but I had to buy new batteries first.
First off, clean the battery and charger contacts on both the battery, charger and on the headset (you can use a qtip and alcohol). However, this sounds like the battery may not be holding the charge, or is partially shorted. Try replacing it and see if that fixes it.
Nokia phones can be reformatted with a special three-stroke keystroke sequence on power-up. When turning the phone on, press and hold all these three keys at the same time: "GREEN/TALK" ," 3" and " * " when powering up the phone. When formatting begins, release the keys. Ensure the battery is fully charged.