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My JNC mp4 is saying bye bye can my battery be finish

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Go to jnc website and check their mp4 section (or better yet call JNC) - www.jnc-digital.com; they definitely have mp3 players that rae compat, but you will need to check the manuals for their mp4's to be sure - calling is usually quicker

Posted on May 30, 2008

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