Question about SanDisk Sansa e200 MP3 Player
I charged my sansa e200 with my regular charger. I used it 20 minutes battery showed full and it worked fine. I had a friend give me an ipod "Road trip" Charger/FM transmitter I figured since the port on the bottom of the sansa looked the same I docked it to play through my car radio and nothing turned on. I disconnected the Sansa and tried to turn it on but nothing lit up at all. So I tried holding down the button to reset the Sansa and nothing. I checked it 30 minutes later and it felt really warm underneath and still wouldn't reset. Help please!!! I hope it didn't damage the Sansa. Any ideas?
The reason you are having problems is that Sansa MP3 players WERE NOT designed for iPod products. The port may look the same, but it could totally screw up your Sansa and the iHome device you're using.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
Kinda the same thing happened to me. I tried to plug my sansa into my friends iHome and it blew out one of his speakers and screwed up my sansa, which was an e270.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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