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My 4 gb sansa is malfunctioning every time i turn it on, theres this white screen with soem green leaf-shaped things that come up the scrol button works, it lights up blue, but I cant do anything else

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  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2009

    I have the same problem; i doubt its the screen because im sure i didn't drop mine; i think it could be the battery; im trying to replace but dont know where to find it. i recommend waiting till the battey dies and then charging it.

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Your screen is cracked you probably droped it,... i should know becuase what you just described is what my old broken one lookes like i bought a new one,...(you cant replace the screen i tried).

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