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Display not working

The display of my Sansa e130 stop working. The indiglo blue light still works, but the display is not showing any text on it. I can connet the unit to my PC, read and write files. Also, can hear music using the headphones. But no text in the display. SanDisk wrote me with instructions to "fix" the problem; leave battery off for 1 hour, update firmware, and re-format. I tried everything, nothing worked. Sent e-mail to SanDisk for more instructions. Just want to know if somebody else had this problem... Thanks...

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You may have to open the player and reconnec the LCD.

Posted on Jul 24, 2006

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