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My Sansa MP3 player does not play on the i symphony dock. How can I solve this problem? The i symphony says it is reading when I plug the Mp3 player into the USB port but then it says no USB. Can I play my Sansa Mp3 player in the i symphony?

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The only solution for that is that if you are using a usb cable to plug it in to it. If you are you should try a new cable. If that does not work you might want to connect your player to your computer and see if your computer read your player. because iSymphony does suport Sansa

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