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No sound for FM radio mode

It was working fine last week, it's all charged. I can here my "voice" recordings, but when I put it on radio there is no sound. Tried different headset, so thats not it? help

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The radio is weak on this device - try different areas of the house, and see if you can get reception on one good station. I have heard that the Sansa e200 series had the radio function ruined by a firmware upgrade, but it wouldn't apply to the Sansa Clip. As a last resort, you can reset all of your settings within the player itself- the user manual will show you how to do this.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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