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Will not stay on...

Every time i turn on my player, it starts to load for under two seconds and then completly turns itself off. I turn it on agian and the same thing repeats. Any ideals or help? I have tried unplugging it, and tightning all cords in and out of the player. What is happening?

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Re: Will not stay on...

Hello, with this problem, it's no-doubt that thereis a problem with the circuits or electronics. Most likely you have faulty cables externally or internally, or you may have a short circuit, which is when electricity is taking an 'easier route', when the electricity should be going through the whole machine. Try cleaning any connections between internally and externally. But sometimes, things ar very simple, so first, make sure that the player is firmly and properly plugged in to the power supply.

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