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Blank Screen I don't know what I did wrong but my Sansa e250 has lighted wheel but nothing showing on the screen. It turns on and off. I tried the recovery mode but it doesn't show on the screen.

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Try letting the battery run out than plug it into your computer and see if that works
it sounds dumb but i had a similar problem and it worked

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