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Sansa e200 Help..!!! My sansa was workin fine untill now...suddenly...the display is gone. i can see the light on the button... but thr is no display...

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Re: Sansa e200

Did you ever try plugging it in to an iHome, and if so, then you have fried something inside of it. if this has happened, then your going to need to call sandisk and tel them what happened and hope that they are nice and replace your sandisk. If there is something else wromg, then tell me.

Posted on Jan 08, 2007

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