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No audio on snsa e260 2gb

My mp3 player worked for about 4 or 5 months and now there is no audio except for when i push back on the head phone jack and then it is really staticy sounding.

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If its less than 1 year old, you can have it replaced. Its a common occurrence. SanDisk Technical Support 1-866-726-3475 Best of Luck.

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

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