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Sansa e200 series 4 GB player

On vacation in Florida I used it daily. When outside, the screen has a black hash mark that makes it difficult to read the screen. Inside the house the screen doesn't have the black mark. Would the heat outdoors affect it? I kept it covered so the sun didn't hit it directly. Thanks.

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  • bikelover Mar 13, 2008

    It was brand new, but a black area shows up when used outside.

  • Jake olsen
    Jake olsen May 11, 2010

    was this a used or refurb player

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Unfortunately the lcd's are affected by heat and direct sunlight. I've had to replace lcd screens in cell phones because of this, a customer left his phone in his car and the temperature in the car reached about 135 degrees Fahrenheit.

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http://www.sansa.com/support/sansa_e200/faqs

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When a total reinstall for the player is required perform:
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