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zune died please help

Discussion in 'Portable audio players' started by cheese815, Jun 21, 2007.

  1. cheese815

    cheese815 Guest

    I let my zune battery die pluged it in and nothing happens i try to see if charging but get the low battery symbol is it charging? or am i doing something wrong any help would be appreicheated!
     
  2. dysart147

    dysart147 Member

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    It should only take a few minuets of the power cord appearing on your zune, then you will get the main menu.
     
  3. cheese815

    cheese815 Guest

    yeah but i tried charging for 5 days after killing battery and it still hasnt move from the dead battery siqn! do you know how to fix? or is something wrong?
     
  4. DakotaFan

    DakotaFan Regular member

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    If the battery is dead, then it's dead. There is no bringing it back. You can't revive a human if the human is already dead, can you? Same principal here. Face it, your Zune is screwed. I'm not being mean, I'm just being honest.
     
  5. handsom

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    So, someone has already destroyed the battery?

    What kind of battery does this thing use? I have one coming in the mail, and I don't want to risk doing the same thing!

    Sorry to hear about your loss there cheese, you couldn't have had it that long, that's a chunk of change to lose. : /

    Best of luck!
     
  6. pcrazy99

    pcrazy99 Regular member

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    From what I've read the Zune uses the same battery as some of the ipods. You could just replace it.
     

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