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Sansa m230 no sound

Today i went out for a run and there is no sound coming from my sansa m230. i can see the songs which are to be playing,but no sound. i tried different headphones, shutting down and rebooting, removing the battery and resetting all settings to default. any suggestions? or is it time for a new one?

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Try cleaning the headphone socket with a tissue also Check the equalizer and see if it is set to a preset value

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