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Volume is stuck

I accidentally pushed the volume limit on my mp3 8 gb player, and it's a really low setting, Now I can't listen to it at work(I work in a loud area) and I have a hard time listening to it at home(I'm hearing impaired).
How do I get it unstuck. I'm afraid if I stick a pin in the reset spot, I'll delete all my music and my music is from several different home computers.
Any suggestion will help!
Thanks

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I would load all of the music onto one single computer, then reset it and then if it deletes all of your music you will have it backed up.

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