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Look for a reset button of some kind, well it won't be a button but may look like a small hole that you would stick a toothpick in. Press gently. Power off / on ... see what happens ... just a guess. ~kerry
Look for a reset button of some kind, well it won't be a button but may look like a small hole that you would stick a toothpick in. Press gently. Power off / on ... see what happens ... just a guess.
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
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