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Old 04-01-2012, 09:02 PM   #3
ngrant
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Two suggestions - 1. If convenient, plug the JBL to your PC's USB port while changing batteries and nothing will be lost. 2. After a change of batteries you need to hold the power button in LONGER, say 10 seconds until you see the display come on. You will get used to doing this after the first few times. One more tip, Sanyo Eneloops rechargeables hold their charge well and I recommend highly.
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