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Help, just cut off

I was listening to my Sansa when it suddenly cut off. The blue light circle will light up but that is it. Even though the battery on the screen, indicated that it still had lots of power, I tried charging but that has not helped. I also have tried what yall have suggested of holding the volume key while plugging in the computer, that does not work either.
Please help, thanks!

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  • Kimberly23 May 24, 2008

    How do I do that?

  • Sakura Harukaze
    Sakura Harukaze May 25, 2008

    Also, the buttons do not work.

    So it's like dead.

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You can also wait until the battery runs out. Then it would automaticly turn off.

Posted on May 26, 2008

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    Sakura Harukaze May 26, 2008

    You also could hold the "Menu" Button for 10 seconds. But I don't know if that works. Really. So don't blame me, try it first~!

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This player goes to sleep quite often - you can go into the menu and change the frequency of this sleep function

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