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How u open the snasa clip to get out the battery

How do you open the sansa clip to get out the battery

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How can i open the sansa clip to see if battery is damaged?


Google "sansa clip disassembly". This will provide you with links to many different videos and text descriptions on how to open up the Clip.

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My Sansa Clip won't turn on even thought the battery is full.


Unfortunately there was a manufacturing flaw with many Sansa Clips which caused one of the battery leads to detach from the battery. A symptom of this is that the Clip will turn on and charge when connected to an external power source, such as USB or an AC adapter, but will not actually turn on using the internal power source (eg, the battery).

If your Clip is still under warranty, you should return it for a refund or an exchange.

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The battery wire inside may have broken off...its a common problem in sansa clip...if you are comfortable opening it up,you need to solder the wire into place correctly...

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Sansas usually have a tiny reset button you can push with a needle or a paperclip if you can find that, it may however be beneath the battery cover, but you should be able to remove this with a small screwdriver

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The battery wire must have come off...Sansa clip has this problem...u'll have to open the sansa clip and solder the battery wire in appropriate position..

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you should be able to see the little battery charging

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