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Sansa mp3 locks up

I use the mp3 player and if i turn off will not come back on, plug in to computer nothing happens when it works it is fine . I have tried to turn off and on still nothing, First time it happened I brought it home from work plugged in to computer ligjts came on and it worked. Turned off same old story nothing.

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Make sure the hold/lock is not engaged.

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