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Stuck on startup screen and sister's sansa headphone jack problem

Anyways, both my sister and I got our sansas for christmas and about a month ago, my sansa just got stuck on the startup screen and won't go any further. I've tried holding down the menu/power button and many things but it just is frozen. The problem my sister is having is the left earbud will cut in and out and she's tried many pairs of headphones so we know those aren't the problem. Anyways, I need some advice with what to do. Thanks

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I don't know what to do for your sister(i am having a similar problem) but for you try taking the battery out and putting it back in(i've had to do the same thing)

Posted on Sep 03, 2007

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