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My mp3 player is stuck on one screen

I was listening to songs i recently loaded on my mp3 player and then all of a sudden it became stuck on one screen. i have tried to reset it and i have tried to power it off i plugged it into the computer but nothing seems to work the thing is stuck it is my life line i listen to it all day long please help me fix it

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Hold power and vol up same time 4 5 sec will rebbot

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