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I reset my email password, and my facebook page became unavailabl

I reset my email password, i made a copy of a person to person note from facebook, i logged off for a couple of hours. when i logged in again using firefox to hotmail to facebook, the facebook screen said the site was temporarily closed. a friend told me that they were unable to see my facebook site. i don't know if it was changing the password on my email or printing off a copy of a note on facebook or both but i'm shut down. so i went back and reset my email password to the original password. now i'm waiting.....can't contact anyone at facebook because i get the page that says the site is temporarily closed. what have i done, what should i do now? i need that facebook account.

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Surely it is a temporary maintains time for Facebook. please wait a while. It will be ok soon.

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