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Problems with my sandisk sansa mp3

It seem that everything is fine but the speakers are not working anymore,you can see that the music is goin on but I can`t hear anything and it waas working perfectly fine my boyfriend just give me this las week,what can I do to solve this problem?

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    Cory May 11, 2010

    Are you able to hear music with headphones? What connection are the speakers on; USB? 3.5mm Jack? Or does it fit into a custom base cradle?

    Do the speakers have a power connection?

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Do any of the songs play? It may be that the song(s) are corrupted. If this is the case, delete the songs and try to download them from somewhere else or, if you uploaded from a cd put them on again and see if they work. It also might be the jack that these speakers are plugged into. Sometimes the port for the speaker plug is made incorrectly, and the plug is too loose inside to actually connect, but tight enough to stay in. If it's a base cradle, does it work? Are you missing any batteries( if battery powered), or is the plug in the outlet right? Is the player connected properly? Is it actually FOR the player, or is it only for a certain type of player that you don't have? It by 'speaker' you mean headphones, the wires might be disconnected in some places. If that's the case, buy some $0.98 headphones from walmart and attempt it with those. Are the volume bars on the player and the speakers high enough up?

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