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This might sound crazy but my dad had one and gave it to me and I took it apart to take a look inside and I think I have the answer. Some MP3 companies make the same mp3 a different type of chip. The main chil must have broke causing it to keep the screen lit but the music file or music archive in the chip got scrambled. The best way to get this fixed is to take it to your local electronics shop.