Iight i left my sansa e130 mp3 player on my bed overnight and didnt touch it, but then i tried turning it on the next day it didnt work, at first i thought it was the battery and i changed it, but it still dint work, i need help i dont wanna lose it
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If you look on the left side of the e130, there is a slide switch. Slide that switch up, that is your hold switch. In order to get your player powered on, you have to have it out of the key hold function. Now after you get to playing the music you want to hear, then you can reactivate the key hold. However, this will disable you from turning the volume up or down, or skipping through the songs. In order to be able to do this, then simply turn off the key hold again by sliding it down. I hope this helps!
ok i had the same problem and i was searching what to do and found that you have to take out the battery and leave it for 5 minuites WITHOUT a battery in it and then put in the battery and it should work
I'm having the same problem! I've had my Sansa e130 for exactly one year today. I loaded new music on it last night and when I tried to turn it on, it said "searching internal memory for new music." I left it on and this morning it wouldn't come back on with new batteries or even when hooked to a computer! I sent an e-mail to the company for help since there is no reset button. I haven't heard anything yet. I suggest you contact SanDisk too. They may have a problem. And I can't believe someone actually suggested as a solution to put a new battery in it or hook it up! No duh! We're looking for real help here, not the obvious things to try.