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Battery Where is the battery located and will I lose my music if I take the battery out

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  • hawaiiborn08 Mar 27, 2008

    What I meant to say is if I take my battery out, will a lose my music that I downloaded. Also when the battery is re-installed, how long do I need to wait, before turning my Mp3 player back on?

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More information needed. Why do you want to change the battery. The batteries in the mp3 players last a very long time. If you need to change it, do in quickly, don't take it out and wait days to change it. The songs etc are on the hard drive, no you will not loose anything. Is this a Sansa 2GB e250?

You can go to www.sandisk.com/support for more information about the battery. You can also contact support 1-866-726-3475

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    Deborah Strother Mar 27, 2008

    Once you install the battery, charge it totally. About 3-4 hours, because the battery will be new and will have no charge. Again, you will not loose your music etc. because it is on the hard drive of the Sansa. Also, if you have a SD card in the Sansa, remove it, before you take the battery out.



    FYI When you remove the battery of a small device with a hard drive or laptop computer, you do not loose data because it is stored in the hard drive. Unless you tamper with the hard drive you will be fine.



    Best of luck. You need any further help, let me know.


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