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Was fine now dead

My clip was working fine and one day i went to plug in and nothing.... no ding no lights cant even turn it on anymore. what the hell happened?

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  • slayford May 10, 2008

    the battery died and when i plugged it back into my computer, i get nothing. the p.c. does not acknowledge it and it is dead.

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Hello jessisme,

What you describe sounds like either a battery problem or a hardware failure. I would recommend trying to charge the unit following the normal charging procedure listed in the manual.

If the unit will not turn on at all after charging then most likely the battery has failed or the or unit has some other hardware problem that will require service. If this is the case, I'd recommend contacting the manufacturer via their website at http://www.sandisk.com/techsupport for additional support.

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Posted on May 07, 2008

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