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Sansa view video mp3 player will not charge

Just got my sansa view video mp3 player 6 mos ago and now it will not hold charge, please advise?

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If you did not wait 6 hours at first when you charged the device for the first time than you could have damaged your battery and it is finaly giveing up on you you fill need to take it to a specialest and get it replaced or if you know how to fix it then just unscew the back and replace the old battery with a new one


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I registered my Sansa View in sandisk site, and the support sent to me these two solutions. I have a similar problem like you and I'm still haveing problems but meaby these steps working in your sansa view.
regards
Diego

Nr 1:
Let us update your player's firmware:

Step 1 – Connect the player in Recovery Mode.

1. Turn off the player.
2. Slide down the Hold switch along the left side of the player down so the orange is showing.
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