Although solution 1 sounds like it would fix most people's problem (including mine), another possible solution might be to double-check and make sure you don't have the "lock" feature on. I've known people to claim their mp3 player was broken only to find that it was locked!
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I had this problem with my ILO MP3 player - I ended up taking it apart and discovering that the power button wasn't making direct contact with the switch - made a small adjustment and it's been working ever since - hope this helps
Mine does this too. I have no idea how to fix it but I think I have one about how it works. My power button broke about 4 mos ago when I dropped it on the floor in the cafeteria in highschool. I've seen that I'm not the only one who has this problem so it must be common. Anyways, it probably cannot initiate its own power from the battery with the button pushed in like that, so you might have to plug it in every time. I do this every day, and even tho its BS, its better than nothing :) When I go to do it and people ask me where I'm going, I say "I'm going to jump-start my mp3 player" because thats basically what you're doing. I know this is a whole hell of a lot of nothing but at least its a reason why it might do this.