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Yahoo Music Yukebox

Every time I start Yahoo Music Yukebox I got this message:

Temporary Network Error
A network problem may be temporary preventing you from streaming or downloading full-length tracks.
Try signing in to your account later. If the problem persists for more than a one day, contact Costumer Care.

Any idea how get rid of this

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