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Device is out

Hi, I just plugged in my sansa mp3 player to recharge and it has been plugged in for about 3 hrs. and it is still dead. Is this normal when the device is completely out to take longer to recharge?

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What you want to do is flick or slide the on switch then hold it in the on position for 20 seconds release , Then flick the on switch and it should come on for you ..
Hope this helps

Posted on Apr 24, 2010

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