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Won't turn off/on

I'm not sure what exactly happened to it - i turned it off, and set it down, 30 minutes later I went to turn it on, and the screen did not light up, though the blue light on the "dial" did. It will not turn off, nor relight the screen. No music is playing, and I'm not sure what happened ._. Help? Oh, and btw, the HOLD button IS off :3

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Press and hold the power or menu button for around 30-45 seconds then wait for a few seconds before turning on the player.

Posted on Oct 08, 2007

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