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Posted on Nov 29, 2007

Speakers work when plugged into electrical outlet however will not work on battery power

Speakers work when plugged into an electrical outlet however will not work on battery power. Speakers are only two weeks old.

Any ideas on how to fix.

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  • Ruagh Jan 05, 2008

    How long does it take to charge batteries for the first time?

  • Anonymous Jan 16, 2008

    Same problem

  • Madmikebagdad
    Madmikebagdad Nov 17, 2013

    8 hrs

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It sounds like you need to buy a new battery. The battery for the MM50 speaker is VERY hard to find. Logitech does not make a replacement battery for this unit but here is a site that carries it: Replacement NTA2335 Battery for Logitech MM50 iPod Speaker
I hope this helps!

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Hey u r using speakers..so i think power is not suff for them to run..so use dc flug boards..i mean direct curr...
y do u try for a batery??itz waste of money

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