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The wheel on my Sansa has stoped turning properly now it is extremly bugging me!

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  • Anonymous May 25, 2009

    Same here! My wheel won't turn at all. I have to spit in it (around the outside of the wheel) to oil it up so it'll turn and it's annoying, not to mention really really gross/disgusting/revolting! I hate myself for doing so every time, but it's the only way to make it work "properly." Please, someone answer! Is there anything we can do? Is there anyone who can lift that little wheel out and fix what's wrong without breaking the sansa or having to buy a new one?! HELP!!

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You just have to hold the power for 20 seconds then it should turn off.

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