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Sansa Shaker stopped working

My son's Sansa shaker suddenly stopped working. It makes the start-up noise when battery is replaced or card is removed and then the on button is pressed. However, no music plays.

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Hello there. i hope i am not too late with my solution. The sansa shaker has acted like yours is some numerous times but the solution can be as simple as ever. Try replacing the battery with a brand new one. However if this solution does not work simply take it back to the place you bought it with the slip and tell them your problem... they will probably give you a new one.

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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Replaced SD card now Shaker won't play


Hi Cathi!

Few things you need to know about Sansa Shaker and the SD card:
  1. The Sansa Shaker DOES NOT support SDHC memory cards. Only regular SD cards are supported.
  2. Maximum capacity for supported SD cards - 2GB!
  3. Any SD card which doesn't meet the requirement above might cause the problem you encounter. REPLACE the card with a supported one - SD card with up to 2GB in capacity.
  4. No software/data is stored or needed to be on the memory card - apart from your music files.
  5. MP3 file type is fully supported by Sansa Shaker.
Regards,
Pelu.

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1) Twist open the Sansa Shakercap at the bottom.
2) Insert an SD card into the Sansa Shaker player

there you will find the usb connection.

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have you tried new batteries? mabye the san disk is scrached or it could not work you could have downloaded them wrong to

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First, don't plug the shaker into the computer, go get an SD card reader available pretty much anywhere, I use a Targus reader that turns an SD card into a USB thumb drive, before I got it (it was $8.88 at wallyworld(Wal*Mart)) I used a multimedia reader.

First thing you do, format the card, and make sure the MP3 files you put on the card are at least 128bit, Constant Bit Rate (CBR) [DO NOT USE VBR, IT WILL CRASH THE PLAYER], High Quality, Stereo, Original.

You can get these settings with the LAME encoder that adds on to AudioGrabber when you rip a disc. (Both AG and LAME are FREEWARE)

I have not ever had my shaker connected to my computer(s), just the cards, and I use mine daily at work to keep me sane, and I switch the cards a lot.

I do hope this helps!

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Hi again audreytagle. Please take your slip and take your sansa to the place you bought it and show them the problem they will probably give you a new one. before you do that try inserting new batteries into the sansa shaker and see if the product works. if not use the above mentioned solution.

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Hello audreytagle. i see you have posted another problem. Please go to the other one where you have posted a problem with "macys mom" and you will find a solution there. thank you!

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Sansa shaker suddenly stopped working


Hi macys mom. try checking the audio files in the memory card through the computer. then if the are still there replace them with back up ones or just put in new ones and see if this resolves your problem. Hello audreytagle. i would advise you the same solution as macys mom and if that dose not help you get a brand new battery "energizer" to be specific. I hope i have solved the both of your problems thank you.

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this sounds like 3 problems
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2 upgrade software back up files
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you have to hold the play pause button until you hear a noise and music starts playing

Mar 04, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa Shaker SDMX9N-512 MP3 Player

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Hi could someone please help me


I had this problem and replaced the memory card with a new one and the sansa shaker began working perfectly. I don't know if the problem is with how the music was downloaded onto the card or if it was just a defective card.

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