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Can't get any more songs on my mp3

I just got this for work and it has about 24 songs on it but says it will hold a 1000 I can't put any more on here . getting frustrated!!! it's the ML648B

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Are they really big files? Because if they are then it won't hold that many, but it should hold more than 24 I would presume...?

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