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Bent pin in USB connector

How can I get a repair in Massachusetts USA? It looks like a bent pin, I'm not sure. Looks like pin #1. Sansa e250 USB connector at the bottom of the player.

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Re: Bent pin in USB connector

Call sandisk technical support. :D if its the pin of the player not the cable call them if its the cable try purchasing a new one there are lots of electronic shops out there.

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