Someone stepped on my screen. It has 2 pretty big cracks and there are black spots that if you look at them without the Sansa being on it looks kinda like water. Now that my friend has dropped the Sansa on the ground the screen looks almost all of the screen looks different shades of white. It still plays music great luckaly. I was wondering if it can be fixed, by whom, and if so how much would it cost?
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It sounds like you cracked the screen. If it is cracked, you cannot fix it. Your only options are to replace the screen (BIG $$$) or buy a new set. If you can email me a pic of the TV I can tell you for sure if the screen is cracked. LCD screen are very thin, about as thick as a dime and it doesn't take much to crack them.
Unfortunately, the spots on the screen are either due to the product being exposed to excessive heat, or due to pressure being applied to the screen (someone poking the screen hard with their finger, or stepping on the product.) Due to the low cost of the unit, it's likely that replacing the product with a new one would be cheaper than having the screen replaced.
Hello Mari, The products standard guarranty doesn't cover cracked screens. You have to replace it. Otherwise the black spot will grow and cover all the screen. You can find a replacement screen for Casio Exilim Z80 in this link:
I broke the screen on my e200 series 6gb so I asked Sansa tech support about it and I was told that Sansa does not own any repair or support facilities whatsover. This means that you really can't get it fixed without either buying a new one or getting it replaced altogther.
sorry theres nothing you can do if under warranty call them to have service well of course if it occured from usual wear and tear if you hit it with a woofle bat well your out of luck and yes they will be able to tell.
When you power on your MP3 player it will go to the FM radio. 1. Press menu.
2. Go down once and you'll be on "Mode". Press the right button to access the mode menu.
3. You either press the enter button after accessing the menu or go down to select Playback mode (I forget which one it is).
That is definately a cracked lcd your describing! I doubt there is an easy solution but maybe...
If you are able to get into the menu and disable the LCD that might help.
However! The fact that the LCD is broken shouldn't keep the camera from running (though its remotely possible)
If you can't shut it off or work without it the odds are you've got an expensive paperweight.
At least thats what I gather based on your description.