Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
My sansa had been working GREAT for 3 months now. All of a sudden i turn it on last night and i'm getting what sounds like a skipping sound each time i attempt to play a song. All the functions seem to be working but i just cant hear any of my audio or video sound. Pls help!
You have 3 soldered points inside. Two are soldered onto the mainboard just slide into the ear plug itself. One is actually soldered directly onto the mainboard. If you are very careful, you may be able to raise the ear plug enough to bend the two that slide into the plastic out just a little. This has worked for me before, but it takes a gentle touch..
You may have to re-solder the ear plug on the mainboard. I have had several off of ebay that I bought that needed to be soldered. Be very careful if you don't know what you are doing when re-soldering.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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