Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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What's wroooooong??? Ok, here's the deal. I got my player three days ago. I was playing it on the way home, listening to the songs that were already on it, and the screen froze, but the song kept playing. I didn't know how to shut it off, so I just waited until I got home and plugged it in and the problem was solved. It worked fine until the next day, when occasionally the screen would get lines through it, freeze for a second then the startup logo would play and the player would go back to the menu. This went on for the next two days, but I didn't think it was that big of a problem, it was mostly just a nuisance. Then I went for a walk today, and the player worked fine the whole time, not freezing or anything. I plugged it in when I got home to replace some of the photos on it, but when I opened the folders on the device there was nothing there. In any of them. So I restarted my computer and plugged it back in, but it wouldn't even recognize it as being plugged in. Now my player won't do anything, plugged in or not. I have no idea why this is happening and everything I've found and tried have done nothing. Can someone please help me???

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  • LoraBora Apr 05, 2008

    The sounds reasonable. I left my player alone overnight and when I went back to it and pressed the power button, it came on but told me the batteries were dead. I plugged it in, and it connected, which it wouldn't do yesterday, so there's hope for it yet! I've yet to try and play it and see if that works, but I have renewed faith!

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It sounds like the MP3 player you got is defective. Its warranty should still be in effect, so I would recommend exchanging it for a replacement.

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