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Sansa e250R Screen Problem

My MP3 player hasn't been working for over a month and I can't figure our why.
When I press the power button the blue light around the control will light up but nothing will appear on the screen (it just stays black as if the power was off). Help please!

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Mine did that the day after i got it, try holding down the 'on/off' button for ages eventually it lights. You have to hold it down for a while though.
Hope this works.
Good luck!

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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