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MP3 player won't recharge

My Sansa 250 is about 10 months old. I am trying to recharge it and the computer frequently makes sounds as if I were unplugging it and replugging it. It won't charge. I have been able to get it to format once and I have tried multiple USB ports on the computer and it does the same thing. I don't know if it's the computer, charger, or battery.

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    I appreciate the help, I'll check into that.

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It could be possible that the connection on the mp3 player is damaged, which would explain the connect/deconnect sounds and the recharge problems.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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