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When i plug in my sansa e250 to charge it dosent light up blue

It dosent charge either but the last time i pluggen it in was about 5 minutes ago and it charged without a problem but then i took it out and listend to it for a little while the it shut off so i went back to go and charge it but it wouldnt charge or light up blue so i left it plugged in for a while but when i came back it still wasnt charged so i came here to this website

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There could be a problem with your connection.

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