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Cannot turn the player on

Whenever I turn the player on, it shows a message, "Key Hold" and it goes off. I checked the "hold" button, and it is not in hold position. Please help Santhosh

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Your hold button slide has slipped from underneath the switch or the switch itself has come desoldered. If you are out of warranty, try removing the srews that hold the case on and carefully attempt to realign the switch slde with the tip if the switch. If this dosen't work you may have a soldering problem and this job is really tiny. Good luck.

Posted on Aug 26, 2007

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