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SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player won't charge anymore

I had my e250 hooked up to a Itrip transmitter for my car. I couldn't get it to work and I was driving so I just switched over and listened to some CD's. I left it hooked up to the Itrip for probably 12 hours while driving and when I got to my house the battery was dead. So I let it charge for probably 10 hours at least. When I tryed to turn it on after letting it charge the battery would shut off. I've tried letting it charge for over 24 hours now and it will barely charge itself. After letting it charge for over 24 hours I had maybe 5 or 10 minutes of time before it died again. Is this battery shot or can I save it some how?

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An itrip has different charging rates than an ipod, so you fried something inside of your sandisk.

Posted on Jan 08, 2007

  • Maxwell Wild Jan 08, 2007

    ipod and sankisk car transmitters are different...the plug may fit, but it still too powerful of a charge.

  • Maxwell Wild Jan 25, 2007

    You have possibly ruined your sandisk.

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