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Frozen Screen and unresponsive buttons

My player has been working fine for weeks, this is a sudden problem, do I need to send it away for repair? what can I do? Let the battery drain and see what happens when I plug it in again?

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I used to always get the same thing. Just let the battery drain and then recharge it. That may happen every once in a while. You can also plug it in the computer right when it happens but, that doesnt always work.

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