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Do not know how to use product

My player has been fully charged and I can't seem to activate it again...I do not have a users manual available to use. Can you tell me where to print a users manual and also help me get it activated again...I have used it and it played to the end of the songs I'd downloaded and now won't play.

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User manuals are here; http://sandisk.com/Products/Catalog(1166)-SanDisk_Sansa_e200_Series_MP3_Players.aspx If you can connect the device to your computer, you may want to "format" it so you can get a clean start. Best of Luck.

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