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Broken Sansa e260 screen needs fixin

See you've had some solutions for the product I need fix, so thought I inquire on your fix solution. Thanks.

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Broken screens, unfortunately, are not being replaced by the manufacturer. You will have to replace the player outright. If the screen ALONE is damaged, you can buy a broken version (as long as the breakage is not in the screen), and you can superglue a screen back on - note: glue can damage other parts - doesn't look pretty. The problem is that, usually, it is not JUST the screen that is broken - an internal component is damaged as well. It is not cost-effective for the Mp3 manufacturer's to repair this kind of damage, so they just offer replacements. Sorry!

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My sandisk e260 display not work .how i get sanddisk display

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