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Water in my sansa e250

One day while washing my jacket i left my sansa in the pocket an water go in can any body help??????? plz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Any device that gets wet may be ruined easily. It is very important that water doesn't touch the battery. unscrew the back and open it up, remove the battery and wipe it down. Prop it up in front of a hair dryer that is on cool setting (DO NOT USE HOT SETTING) for an hour or so and then put it together and try again. I've done this with mp3 players and cell phones after dropping them in puddles, showers, my washing machine, and even a tub of teriyaki sauce once and as long as the battery is completely dry and the back is completely dry when you put it back together you will be alright. You can also put the device in the freezer for a while and that should condense the water and help dry it out a bit.

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Sansa E250 hanged

I got a sansa player and it all of a sudden stopped working - It might just need to be reset - not sure if this will help but it did with mine.

If you have a power button that "slides" hold it up in the "on" position for 15 seconds.

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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SOURCE: MY COMPUTER DON NOT RECOGNIZE MY SANSA E250..HELP PLZ..

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