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  • Steph2321 May 30, 2008

    I plugged my mp3 into charge and it just quit. Now it will not turn on

  • Angelia1 Jun 11, 2008

    I went to plug in my mp3 player and it just quit now it will not turn on.. iv tried a different charger and the reset button but it still seems to have a functioning problem of its own.. What do I do?

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I have found out a way to fix this. all u have to do is hold the power button for one minute den let go den try to turn it on it should work.

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