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My sansa e250 wont turn on.

Everytime i try to turn it on,i see a cracked screen inside my sansa. i tried charging it but the screen is still cracked. i think it is inside my sansa because the outer screen is okay.please help me and email me ASAP.thank you.

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Re: My sansa e250 wont turn on.

I suggest to call sandisk support for this one. And how did you recieve the cracked screen? Because if it physically damage then it would void the warranty of the player. Their number is 1-866-7263475

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