Question about SanDisk Sansa Connect MP3 Player
In addition to the problem possibly being the USB cable (which can be purchased at sandisk.com, look for "USB 30-pin Connector Cable"), try a different USB port. Most Sansa require a high-power USB port, which can be found on the back panel of your computer.
Also, sometimes when the battery in an MP3 player is completely depleted, it is best to charge it via an AC adapter rather than plugging it into a computer USB port. You can buy adapters which plug into a wall outlet, and then you plug the USB cable into the adapter. Ask for a "USB AC adapter or charger" at your local BestBuy, Radio Shack etc. Don't let them tell you you need to know the "amperage" etc. or it will damage your Sansa; the Sansa will only draw as much power as it needs from the adapter. Leave it plugged in overnight, and check to see if it's charged in the morning.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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