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My MP3 Player will not turn on at all...

I've tried to charge it and it just won't turn on..

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Use and earring or a small pin to push the reset button.
If that doesn't work then contact the company you bought it from.
Good Luck!

-AJ

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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