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Matsunichi MF326-256 "locked"

My MP3 player is fairly old but has given good service. The other day when I switched it on it displayed the message "locked" and switched off. I have tried the hold button in both position but no success. There is no mention of "locked" in the manual and I can't find a phone number to call

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I had same problem, after not using it for years and losing the instructions which I had downloaded in 2005.

Then I recalled that plugging my earphones in might unlock it, and it did. I also plugged it into my PC to add and remove some files (but I don't think that had anything to do with it,

Try it. I have to say this site hasn't helped me as no-one seems to know the answers and google didn't help either!

I'd still like to get the instructions again. In the mean time I will press the buttons and cross my fingers!

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I did not use my player for sometime and now it says it is locked, i tried the hold button both ways but of no use. Please help me.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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