I agree, after the alert is dismissed one should have access to the station. All my attempts have failed so this is either not a viable option (with a free or paid subscription) or at least it isn't clear how to proceed. I was able to gain access to this station via Chrome on my PC and that seemed to allow me to start removing thumbed down songs. There is no indication how many I need to remove before the station will start working again so I plan to remove some and then try the station. Repeat until it becomes available. It is also not clear how much time Pandora requires to react to the removed songs. Will the station start working immediately or do I need to wait overnight for some backend job to come along and do something to re-activate the station? One way or another, sooner or later, I expect I will get there. My concern is that once the station is restored 80 percent or more of the songs it will start serving up will be these recently un-thumb downed songs. Pandora tends to repeat the same songs a lot. This is why I thumbed them down in the first place. I figure my only other option would be to put these songs on the shelf for a while. Is there any limit to the number of songs one can shelve? I wasn't expecting a limit to the number of thumbed down songs so I feel it prudent to ask if there are any other limits I should know about. If you have any suggestions for a better practice to avoid having to hear songs I don't like again and again, please share.
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