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It will not turn on...

I've only used my mp3 a few times in the half a year that I've had it. The other day, when I attempted to turn it on, the blue COBY screen flashed up, like it always does, but then the mp3 shut off. I tried again, but the same happened. After a few more tries, the COBY screen wouldn't even come up. Now it won't even start. What's wrong?

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Re: It will not turn on...

I think i need to reset ,unit was unplugged during music download.unit does not go on

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There is a way to reset the device, without loosing the settings. First, make sure you have a full charge. Then Hold the power key, along with one of the other keys on the outside ring. I forget if it is Menu, Left, Right, or Volume. If that doesn't work, mine did the same thing and I found that after I plugged it into my PC, and was able to copy a file to it, it came back up. I wonder if the battery is starting to go bad. I'm trying to find out if it can be replaced.

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