Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
You may have solved your own problem. It may well in fact be dead. Check the warranty status on your MP3 player and hope it is still in warranty. Otherwise, you might as well search for a new MP3 player. There is a chance the battery may be totally dead (possibly a leak) but this is incredibly rare. Since it's worthless as it is and if it is out of warranty, open her up and check the battery, if you notice a cable loose between the device and the battery, try reconnecting it. If you see the battery has leaked, get a replacement. Other than that, you'll need additional parts and patience which is beyond the worth of the MP3 player.
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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