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How to start power and off the power

I have phillips go gear -6 gigabite mp3 player. I forgot how to sart stop the power. please help me.

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  • Bob Hammer Nov 26, 2008

    i hold down on the cental round key to shut off, but it doesn't, why??

    I have Philips GoGear 2gb

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Reset the player by using a #2 size paper clip and inserting it in the reset hole. Then it should turn on and off properly. See manual for details.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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