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My 750 won't turn on. Is there a reset on it?

My 750 won't turn on. Is there a reset on it?

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  • leochandler May 11, 2010

    no reset button

  • leochandler May 11, 2010

    no there is no reset button

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Hold the on/off button to the left for 10 sec. If this does not work turn it on and press the bottom right hand corner of the screen this will put it in reset mode but be careful as it will wipe anything you have stored on your machine.

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