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Trying to charge it up with a 2.0 cable for iphone and ipod

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That won't work. The electrical connections are completely different. If you're lucky and haven't damaged anything, you can charge it using the Sansa's cable. If you need a cable, you can buy order one from Sansa at
http://shop.sandisk.com/store/sdiskus/en_US/DisplayProductDetailsPage/parentCategoryID.11443000/CategoryID.11449200/productID.103565200

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