The Eclipse 180 is a portable media player that stores up to 8 GB of music, movies, e-books or photos. The device uses a 3.7-volt lithium ion battery that is capable of running for approximately 8 hours on a single charge. The Eclipse 180 is built to begin charging as soon as it is plugged into a computer; however, many of the units were shipped with a defective USB charging cable. The makers of the units are offering a free replacement cable, as well as a temporary fix, so the device can still be charged.
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Things you need
- USB cable
Go to the Eclipse website to order a free replacement cable (see Resources for link). Enter all the requested information on the form, and click "Submit."
Turn on the Eclipse 180 by sliding its power switch to the left. Use any available USB cable to connect the device to your computer.
Press the "M" key on the device three times to go to the Music screen. The on-screen battery indicator begins to flash, indicating that the device is charging.
Use the replacement cable, when it arrives, to charge the device automatically when it is connected to the computer.
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