My sansa clip is not turning on this problem started to happen yesterday and i charged it and the same problem is happening. but when it was on the charger yesterday thats the only way i could get it to work. but it dont do that anymore any suggestions?
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Try Fully charging the most electrical equiptment have a reserve built in its battery so you are able to switch on by going off again Batteries need fully charging. If you have done this then your battery does not hold its charge Sorry but they need replacing.
It most likely is dead. This sometimes happens to old mp3 players. It happened to my iPod Shuffle and it wouldn't charge and therefore wouldn't turn on. You are probably going to just have to get a new one. Sorry :(
This will happen if the battery is drained below the min. operation voltage. To bypass the problem = Press and hold the ON button and the Play Button ( >||) for 20 seconds it should override the low voltage and power-up
I have had the same problem. It seems the radio never turns off and keeps drawing power. Solution: before charging, go to a song, start it playing, then pause it, then turn off the sanza clip. Plug it in and it should charge up fine.
I will assume you have not changed anything (new computer or software, plugged in to someone else's computer, new audio added, etc.) Before you go on, make sure you have backed up everything on your Clip.
Hard reset the Clip
Reformat the Clip in Windows explorer.
Update the firmware: http://forums.sandisk.com/sansa/board/message?board.id=clip&thread.id=6720
If none of the above work, you probably have a hair barrette.