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Volume button seems to be stuck

Hi,

The volume button on my Sansa Clip seems to be stuck. The volume is all the way down and won't turn up, so I cant hear the music. Is there anything I can do?

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  • wamanda40xxx Jul 22, 2008

    mine is the same way i dont know what to do and i really dont wanna buy another one cause i got like almost 200 songs on there someone help me !! :(

  • robinmack Aug 12, 2008

    Well, I contacted Sansa and they sent me a new one! I guess that is the only way to fix the volume problem!!

  • arelia5 Aug 31, 2008

    the volume on my sansa is stuck all the way to low i have try everything possible to listen to my music but it seems to be impossible

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    The volume button on the side is broken, and is stuck on the lowest volume setting. There's no clicking possible for higher volumes. Is there a way to manually fix this?

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The volume bar of my mp3 seems to go down, I dont know what to do??????!!!!!!>>>>

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