Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
Hey, I have no idea what is up with my mp3, (e260 4gb)... Last thing I remember was listening to music. I turned it back on, but the screen didn't turn on so I assumed it was a battery problem. However, after charging it, and not seeing anything on the screen I knew something with the screen itself is messed up. The blue light on the scroller lights up, but that's about the only thing alive that I've noticed. Any solution?
The power supply for these small devices, Mp3 players and cell phones are low voltage, so battery terminals making good contact is very important. Because of the way they are designed, part of the equipment can be powered up, while part is not. Today I fixed the same problem wiilegend had on June 29 2008. I had this problem for days.I tried resetting it many times, removing and replacing the battery, using the Hold and Recording buttons, to no avail. A friend of mine had a similar problem with a cell phone where the keypad alone lit up upon powering, so he was the one that gave me the cure. I simply took an eraser and rubbed the battery terminals, and the Sansa E260 internal contacts, until they shone. I replaced the battery, screwed the cover on, and the unit was functioning again. All the best. Ramish Rambarran. Trinidad West Indies.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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