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Frozen and won't shutt off

My Coby MP705 is frozen in the middle of a song. I'm not even able to shutt it off !

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Unfold a paper clip and use the end to press the reset button on the back--it's the tiny black "hole" at the middle of the bottom next to the "passed" seal.

Posted on Dec 23, 2009

  • KittitianD Aug 29, 2011

    Thank you very much. This worked like a charm. Had no idea this was sooo easy. Thanks :- )

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Oh, i had this same problem but just with a different music player. I had the Insignia Sport. All i did was hold the off button for about 30 seconds and it turned off. When i turned it back on, everything was like normal again.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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