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Its not working

Hi! i recently recived a Sansui 512MB Mp3 Player with FM radio( model SAN0888) for my birthday. As i was listening to it with my friend in class, at school, it fell off the desk on to the carpet.
i picked it up and tried to turn it off, but it wouldn't let me press any buttons. The song stopped playing, but the screen was still on. it was like that all day, untill it turned itself off. But now the problem is it dosent turn on. I even tried plugging it in to the computer to charge it, but it still does not work. it doesnt even show up on the computer.
when it fell of the desk it wasn't a huge fall, only a couple of inches. But i also think it could be the battery because it was low that morning. But the silly thing is i've only had it for 2 weeks, how can the battery run out this quickly??
please help me, i have not told my parents yet because they are the ones who gave it to me, so please give me a solution as soon as possible.

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Re: its not working

Maybe the hold button got knocked on the opposite side of the power button. try moving that and try to turn on again

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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