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Won't work at all

My player is saying file corrupted it was playing fine I can't get it to do anything

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Call Thompson and have your model # and serial number in hand, otherwise, they'll ask for you to send the mp3 player and $105.95 with it so they can replace it.

Posted on Sep 20, 2007

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