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My sansa e130 dosent wanna turn on, please help

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 find out whats wrong tell me i have the same problem e-mail me at [email protected]

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