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My screen is whack!

I just got a new Sandisk mp3 player. While in the car, my mom's friend, who has a similar mp3 player, same brand, tried to plug it into something. I was in the backseat and had no idea what was going on. Whatever she was trying to do, i think she was trying to get my music to play over the car speakers, didn't work, and when she handed it back to me, the screen looked funny. Everythings really light and hard to see. Things are discolored and fuzzy. The sound isn't quite right either. It too is kind of fuzzy. The plug she used was for her mp3, which i think is a different model. Anyway, i really want it to be fixed!

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Open it up and take battery out then put it back in put cover on and press on

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