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What does the message 'You have reached your maximum number of downloads' mean?

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What does the message 'You have reached your maximum number of downloads' mean?
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This message means that the license for the individual eBook you are trying to access has expired (i.e. it has been downloaded as many times as the license allows). Sometimes there is a short delay while these are deleted from our catalogue, or re-purchased. There is nothing wrong with your library account. Please try a different title.

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