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I have a sansa mp3 player. I believe it's 1 GB and holds 250 songs. Anyway, I've used it about a week now with no problems. Today, however, I tried to turn it on and it appears to be totally dead. All I get is a black screen and nothing happens when I push the home button or reset clicker. I have connected it to my computer and nothing happens, the mp3 player remains dead and my computer shows no indication that the mp3 player is physically connected to the PC. What gives?

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FIRST CHECK IF BATTERY IS WORKING OR NOT BY BATTERY TESTER AND THEN IFITS OK THEN CHECK IF CIRCUIT IS COMPLETE OR NOT

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