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WIll not play

I can play my music on my pc when I plug my player in, but when I try to listen will my earpods, it won't play. I noticed it has a "pause" like sign in the status box in the upper left corner....HELP!! How do I get it to play?

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  • tzerfas Jun 30, 2008

    I have the same problem. The solution suggested did not work.

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Pushing the play button on the side toggles between play and pause. Make sure the hold switch isn't in the hold position.

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