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Won't play passed 1st track

Screen is broken, so I can't see what I'm doing. Just added a load more tracks & know it won't play past the 1st track & I can't find the manual. I've tried resetting, but the same thing happens.

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I sent mine in to Creative, they replaced the screen, I bought a leather case from them 2 years ago, a have dropped it many times since and it really protects the player.

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