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Ipod charger I accidentally plugged my Sansa e260 into ipod charger and now my player is dead. It was only plugged in for about 1 minute

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1 question: how did you do that? i thought the Ipod and the sansa have different adapter types? anyway, i'd suggest getting a new battery. and it's probably because the sansa and ipod use don't use the same amount of energy (volts, etc.) that this happened.

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