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Sansa c250 frozen

The sansa c250 was partually submerged in water the micro SD solt, and the charging cable slot were submerged. NOw when i charge it it is stuck on record, however it can sync files to it

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I had the same problem and solved it by repeatedly blowing real hard into the slots. Eventually a couple of drops of water came out and everything worked again.

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Try to dry it using a brush and medical alcohol and a hair dryer and check if it would give u result

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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