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edward

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#11306 15-Jan-2007 14:59
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Does anyone know of a place that is able to service mp3 players in Auckland? Im at the end of my warranty and need my device to be fixed.

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#57957 15-Jan-2007 16:52
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It would depend on the manufacturer.

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  #57960 15-Jan-2007 17:00
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definately depends on the manufacturer, i mean u can go to stores such as harvey's or dick Smith and talk to them, and probably get contacts from them as to who repairs mp3 players. cheers

 
 
 
 


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  #57967 15-Jan-2007 18:14
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It's made by creative.

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  #57969 15-Jan-2007 18:26
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what make model and capacity is your mp3 player? I cant imagine many players over 12 months old are worth repairing...







edward

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  #57972 15-Jan-2007 19:38
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its a Zen Neeon, 6GB.

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  #57984 15-Jan-2007 21:42
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Well what is exactly wrong with it? no display, no powerup, no music, broken headphone jack?

some things are worth repairing.. some not, or impossible outside the hands of Creative

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  #58055 16-Jan-2007 12:30
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Whenever I turn it on, it just displays the creative logo but doesn't go any further. I have tried restarting it to no avail. Also when attempting to charge it via USB, my PC is not reading it. I've checked the USB port and cable and they are both fine, so it's definatley the player.

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