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How do i get the ''key hold'' off of e130?

Whenever I turn on the mp3 "key hold" goes on for 2seconds and completely shuts off.

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If you look on the left side of the e130, there is a slide switch. Slide that switch up, that is your hold switch. In order to get your player powered on, you have to have it out of the key hold function. Now after you get to playing the music you want to hear, then you can reactivate the key hold. However, this will disable you from turning the volume up or down, or skipping through the songs. In order to be able to do this, then simply turn off the key hold again by sliding it down. I hope this helps!

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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