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"Battery Is Too Low System Shutdown"

I've had my Sansa e260 for about 8 months, I would use it between 1 -5 hours a day.All of a sudden, when I tried charging it through the USB Port it just says "battery is too low system shutdown." It won't charge so what is my problem? I hope I don't have to take the back off becuase I don't know where to find a screwdriver that small lol.

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  • Yorick Nov 17, 2007

    When I power on the Sansa, I get a black screen with white text that says "Battery Is Too Low System Shutdown". I have tried to charge it and that did nothing. I removed the back and kept the battery out for a few minutes and put it back in and it still didn't help. I bought new cables to charge it with to no avail. Any ideas?

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The battery has come loose from the contacts on the inside.

Remove the back (4 screws), remove the battery and put it back in securely.

Then charge it for a couple hours.





Best of Luck.

Posted on Nov 14, 2007

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SOURCE: my sansa e260

take it off hold then.

p.s. the hold button is on the left of the sound port

Posted on Oct 21, 2007

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SOURCE: sansa e260- it says battery is too low. System

Having received no response in over a month, I assume this is no longer a problem.

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