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MP3 Player problems:

So i had my mp3 player in my pocket mostly all day cause i didnt want to listen to it but then when i took it out my pocket and turn it on my screen was orange with blue all around and now i cant see the real screen all I see is orange and blue on my screen is there any way i can fist this

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Sounds like you might have cracked the screen or damaged the cable leading to it.

Posted on Nov 02, 2008

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