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Wlynn5354 .. same person wit da screen prob ?

Im da same person from the other question [the one with the leaf like black marks on teh screen]. i just discoverd on my mp3 that when its off u can c a black line on the screen if u look at it closely enough and when its on, its the middle of the leaf. if u push it the black mark expands, kinda like a there's an air pocket in it .. is this fixable ?

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  • wlynn5354 Sep 19, 2008

    i watched da video and it said dat da LCD is not fixable unless i am "extremely good."

    unfortunately i bought the mp3 player a couple years ago and am no longer in warranty.

    i think i'll get a new one .. can u recommend a brand or model thats not too expensive ?



    thanku (:

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The LCD is broken.  Sandisk does not sell the component parts needed to fix it. I would call them, however, and see if you are still in warranty. You can watch this video to see how you would take apart your player to see if it gives you any clues: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgz8h8aHUDU

Good luck! 
-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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