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Won't turn on

I have a cute round pink mp3 and it won't turn on. i PUT LIKE A HUNDRED DIFFERENT BATTERIES AND IT STILL DOES'NT WORK.what is wrong with it? I REALLY WHAT SOMETHING TO WORK!!!!!!! HELP,HELP,HELP, REALLY PLEASE HELP!!

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Re: won't turn on

Press the reset button for more than one second with a pointed tool to reset the Network Walkman series .Any audio files stored in the memory/the clock setting will not be erased by resetting the unit

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