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Samsung ypt7jx overheating?

Well a couple months back my mp3 player (samsung ypt7jx) stopped working..I was trying to syncronise some music to it using windows media player and it aborted the new songs. On top of that it wouldn't play the songs already on it either.It popped up with an error message.After weeks had gone by,I gave up and switched back to my CD player. And a few minutes ago I decided to try and see if it would work. It didn't so I decided to reset it.I accidentally put a bobby pin into the bigger button to the left and pushed it in, hoping it would reset. All of a sudden it got hotter and hotter and now it didn't work...So here I am,with an MP3 player out in my backyard (I didn't want it to explode or cause a fire.) and no clue what it's gonna do now. So can someone tell me what I did to it and if there is a way to fix it? Or is it defective?And to anyone who may know: Could my MP3 player start a fire?

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Re: samsung ypt7jx overheating?

Well 3.7 volts yeap. it is possible if by accident your pin went in to the wrong way. Try charce it whith a motorola cell phone adaptor. it has the same plug and is more stable at the output power. It might come back to life.!!

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