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My sansa e250R stopped working

Was on the bus going to work friday morning. Started listening to my player, freshly charged overnight, like i always do. Got 30 seconds into the song and it turned itself off. Turned it back on, started listening to 30 seconds of another song and haven't been able to get it working ever since.

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  • clay3216 Feb 08, 2009

    Same thing happened to me- The system will not start - charge of be recognized by the computer. Help

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Try holding down the power button for 20 seconds

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