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SANSA 250 E BATTERY

I just got this sansa thing and I fulled charged the battery before I used it. Now I have used it until the battery is totally dead. I can't get it to charge now. What should I do?

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I found that Best Buy has an MP3 help line number, they were very helpful and solved the problem quickly. The solution was to hold the menu button for 20 seconds, this resets the program and the sansa turned on automatically.

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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