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E250 volume fails and dial won't work

Hi, my e250 will occasionally when changing the volume have the volume completely go away and then the dial will not work to turn it up. I have upgraded to the latest firmward but that didn't correct the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Reset and retry are the only solutions without replacing the player completely

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