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Sansa 240 will only play from the beginning of tracks

I just got it, because I liked my Sansa c100. I use them for audio books. But the new one won't fast-forward or -back. The display (when holding the button) shows scrolling through the minutes, but when you let up it plays from the beginning, while still displaying the minutes you wanted. Also, when turned off, it returns to the beginning of the track, instead of remembering where I turned it off. Or is it defective?

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  • Anonymous Oct 25, 2008

    every time i want to play a song,it will keep skipping,but it will only show me the artists

  • Ralph Nov 07, 2008

    This is driving me crazy too. When I listen to an audiobook, I can be 30 minutes into a "chapter", but when I shut it off it goes back to the beginning and I have to listen to the chapter all over again. I can't get it to restart where it left off. I went to the Sandisk site and found the instructions, but it doesn't say anything about this problem.

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Evey time i want to play a song,it will keep skipping songs,but its only showing me the artists

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