Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
Try and reset the player by inserting a pointed object inside the small hole, press and hold for 5-10 seconds to let the player reset. If this doesn't work then connect the player with the computer and let it charge for a while. Now go to control panel-> administrative tools-> computer management/system management-> storage, check if you are able to see the mp3 player here. If it is visible then try a reset and try again. If not then reset the player while it is connected with the system. This will resolve your issue. However, if the player doesn't turn on even after performing the above reset procedure then it is an internal electronic issue and you would need to get this serviced. Hope this helps...
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