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I can't record anything!!

I go to the recording menu and i hit record, then i go to play it and nothing plays. i tried switching the line in encoder and the line in quality and still nothing plays back?? can someone help me.

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This mp3 player does not record live, that's why it has another jack on the side of it so you can plug in stereo recording.

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