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Need a replacement LCD screen

My Sansa fell :-( and now it's showing in what looks like a 16 colour resolution. i need a replacement screen .. help please

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Well, It looks like either you'll have to live with the screen, or contact Sansa's support and they will replace the entire thing. They are usually helpful about it. There's nothing really that you can do yourself though, sorry.

Posted on Jul 09, 2007


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