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My sansa e200 is frozen

My mp3 player won't switch on, everytime i do it freezes on to a black screen, i've tried taking the battery out but it still wont work

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This could mean the screen is burnt out not that it completely broken or that its not turning on.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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