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My mp3 sandisk meida player frooze up and nothing i do works

Well i was transferring songs to ma media player,and i took out the battery,it was still stuck on refresh database and then i shut it off turn it on bck still didnt work. i even let it die to recharge it again and that didt work.what should i do now.

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Just hold down the power botten for 15 secends and it sould turn on by its self

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