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Sandisk whenever I push the volume button to the high level it will go down to low and when I select a new song I have to puch the forward button 11 times for the next song to play what should I do.

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I think the volume is supposed to be that way, its just one of the downsides to getting a sansa, and sometimes my sansa just goes really slowly, just push the botton once and wait, then if it still doesnt work push it again. i know, its not really a solution, but it might help.

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