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Turning off, missing songs

Im not exactly sure what is the problem, but my mp3 player automatically turns itself off immediately after i turn it on. And then when i finally get it to turn on, a bunch of my songs are missing even though they are listed in my playlist. help!!! it's drivin me crazy.

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Try changing the batteries?

Posted on May 10, 2007

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