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M240 sandisk! song cycles!

My mp3 player will turn on, and then it will cycle through all of my songs only showing the artists name, the number of the song, and the battery amount left! it will just sit there and cycle through all of them!

i have a new battery in, and it was working fine before this! i have no clue what to do with it! please, please, please, help!

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Have you tryed to plug it in and let it charge thats what i did and make sure its not locked on the top

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