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Im getting a problem on my creative zen when i switch it on it says "overheating, shutting down" HELP!!

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This problem occur in power supply section, this symptom of leak regulator transistor ,due to dry up or leak capacitor and change value resistor associated to leg joints of regulator this is the cause of over heating,this must be change immedietly..

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