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Doesn't do anything??

It glows blue (at the bottom round part) and that is all. Plays nothing and does nothing. Not sure what to do. It also will not turn on or off

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  • Btaylor Nov 20, 2007

    it started to play a song and stopped and nothing worked but the blue light, and now it is completly shut down and wont turn on.

  • mikelmart Nov 21, 2007

    I have the problem of the wheel just glowing blue and nothing else. I tried holding the power button down to 'reset' the unit and it worked, once. But now I'm back to the same issue.



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Remove the battery for about 30 seconds or so. Put it back in and restart it. This should work. Mine does the same thing.

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