Question about GPX Audio Players & Recorders
Check the voltage and ampere output of the old battery. Make sure that the new battery that you're trying to put in has the same voltage and ampere output.
There's a possibility that some components of your mp3 player requires a specific amount of voltage / ampere out.
However, if you're putting a new battery with the same exact output, then you may need to verify it with the manufacturer. Because, this will be the first time I heard that an electronic device will give an error after replacing the battery.
Thank you and good luck!
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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