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It´s dead hi, some days ago i bought a new sansa and have been using it. It came already with a little of charge but i charged it up completely. this morning turned it on (it didnt have much charge) and fell asleep. when i woke up it was off and culdnt turn it on. i thought to charge it, but when i connected it to the power outlet nothing happened. not even with the pc connection. its like dead. thanks for your help!

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  • erkni Jan 25, 2008

    it worked thanks a lot ;)

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Hey buddy just do one thing.. open the metal cover removing the 4 philips screws.. and then remove the battery then reinsert the battery and try.. it should work ... i had the same thing few days back.. it was charged and in my pocket when i tried to listen to it the damm thing wont switch on .. so i removed the batter and put a LED to the terminal to check power and inserted it back it and valaaa it hot and running again..

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