Question about SanDisk Sansa e130 MP3 Player
Do you think this is repairable? This is my daughters and it was purchased about one year ago. Not sure what the model # is. The back has B10710ZRF-8G.
Unfortunately there is nothing that you can do once the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) has been damaged by either getting it wet, or the unit gets dropped. There are tiny contacts that are connected to the crystal that is attached to the circuit card. When there is enough force applied (which in most cases it does not take a lot to damage them) those tiny contacts get jarred out of place, and the display never works the same again. This cannot be fixed as it is a machine that attached it to the card. I am sorry to give you this kind of answer, but the good thing is the unit in most cases will still play the music you load into it, but you will have to guess who's singing the song!
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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