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Battery Can I change the battery by myself? I talked to a gal at Radio Shack and she said that I have to send it in to SanDisk. I thought I could buy a battery for it at SanDisk site or at Radio Shack.

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Hello janin906,

The battery for this unit (like many MP3 players) does not appear to be end user replaceable. A quick websearch shows that there are several companies offering after market batteries and battery installation services. If you are comfortable repairing electronics devices you might be able to sucessfully replace the battery yourself. However repairing a modern electronic device should not be undertaken lightly. If you don't have experience working with electronics I would recommend contacting SanDisk to arrange battery replacement.

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Ken
"Go Ahead. Use Us."

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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