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Sansa e260 (I think I'm not sure) screen cracked.

So, I don't know what happened to it, really. All I know is that it's broken. The screen on the left hand side is cracked with black... something coming out of it. When I turn it on, it shows up white. I can still play music just fine, I simply can't see what I'm doing. I'm assuming that with some luck, I can find a screen and replace it. What my question is is /where/ to find that screen, and /how/ to put it on again. Maybe a price estimate. I'm going to guess that I just unscrew the metal part from the back and replace the screen. Is any of the electronic memory stuff going to... I don't know, fall apart if I do that? I'm pretty technologically unexperienced, but I'm not inadept so I figure I'll be okay.

Thanks, Felisha.

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Re: Sansa e260 (I think I'm not sure) screen cracked.

Replacement screens not avail - you must replace the player

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