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HOLd popping up

For some reason i turned my player on and it just said hold on the little screen. does anyone have the manual ( and does it say something about this?) or know how to fix this problem? please help thanks

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Theres a little switch either on the bottom or along the side you need to slide. It's so you don't accidentally turn your unit on when its not in use.

Posted on Sep 20, 2007

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