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Creative Zen vision M 30GB

Was working and when I went to charge it it went blank. Blue light stays on but doesn't charge. Kept it charging in case it reset itself. Have tried reset button a few times, still not helping.

Cam anyone please advise, what the solution could be it is just out of warranty by about 2 months

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