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Charging the battery on a sansa mp3 player

How do I charge the battery on the mp2 player How do I recharge the battery for my husband's mp3? It seemed to recharge while he was downloading some music. Also, is there a larger set of earbuds for this mp3?

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Recharge it by plugging it in to the USB port. your sansa should have come with a USB cable and the ports are pretty easy to find.
almost all types of earbuds or earphones are compatible with the sansa system, so if you just go out and buy some you should be fine.

Posted on May 19, 2008

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®
Clip player comes with an internal rechargeable battery. To use the player for
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®
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