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Problem when turning it on.. "hold"

When I hold the play button to try to turn on, the screen temprorarily goes on with the message "hold" and then shuts down.. How do I fix this? Thanks

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Re: Problem when turning it on.. "hold"

There is a "hold" switch on the side. You need to turn it off. Hope it help!

Posted on Apr 02, 2007

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