Question about SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player
Check your headphones with another system, check your ipod with another headphone if the fault is now confirmed you may have a conection fault with the jack usually if another type had been pushed in. If you are electronics savvy then use right tools to slowly open device, use a good soldering low wattage iron with emi protection to solder up the output jack side. and still if no sound comes the audio amp ic. If not you have a damaged ic. Hope you have tried to reset the device. check this out! helpful? Good day
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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