Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
If this happens all the time you may check the headphone jack for any corrosion, rust, etc. by taking a handy flashlight and shining it into that jack. Also, try another pair of headphones, if this happens all the time. If this problem occurs only while listening to that one audio track, you can check that the file plays nicely on your computer, and if it doesn't you may wanna download a new copy of that track. If those simple steps fail to result in solution, you can take an alcohol quetip into the headphone jack and clean inside, just make sure its dry when you plug your headphones back in. All in all, however, it sounds like you are having some issues either with a tuner or audio decoder chip inside the MP3 player. Typically, that results in simply the purchase of a new one. If you do get a new one, purchase a warranty - small electronics are more liable for damage than larger ones and it usually pays to invest in warranties when it comes to such things.
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
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