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Says it is docked and when I unplug it nothing changes - it seems stuck

I docked it then turned off the computer. Took out the player and it was frozen, I tried to turn it off however it was stuck. I have tried to plug it back in and turn it off again but it won't work. I t says that it is docked, charging and locked, I tried to unlock it or turn it off and it still isn't working.

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Push a pin into the tiny reset hole on the bottom of the player.

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