This is the most ultimate and disasterous problem known to sansa users (me)
This problem is a mix of these following
-wheel lights up but not screen
-and........once it gets in this stage it cannot be able to load up music and the computer cannot read the sansa and will not show up on computer
now heres the problem
many people have run into the problem about the wheel lighting up but not the screen and they have solved it by turning it off (holding on button 30 sec) but.... this time if the sansa won't be fixed after u restart it well... u got yurself a master problem.....
oh! and don gimme that lame ass idea about leaving the sansa runing and on and on.....because it won't be fixed after u recharge it.....
i guess thats all the problems....... oh well ummm the last resort to do is to return your sansa
DO NOT!! I REPEAT DO NOT!!!!!! return your sansa in your first thought
thank you for listening
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Your wheel may be stuck because dirt has worked its way into the wheel. I have 3 ideas-- 1) Get a can of computer duster, and try blowing the dirt out from around the wheel, outside and inside edge.
2) Sansa Fuze user 'tenzip' suggests dipping the player, while turned off, in DISTILLED water, if you believe the wheel has something sticky and water-soluble-- THEN let it drain, THEN put the player in a bag of uncooked rice for up to a week. The rice will pull the rest of the water out of the player. Full discussion may be found here;
This problem is commonly caused by a water inlet valve (also known as a mixing valve) leaking by. If you live in an area that has hard water, or if you use well water, sediment, rust or calcified deposits can accumulate in the inlet valve and cause it not to close properly. Usually when they start leaking, you need to replace them. The following link explains how to access and replace the valve:
hellz yea Metallica kicks ass!!! o and 1 way to solve that problem is by hitting it on the ground.....i dont advise it cause its dumb but i had same prob with my screen and i hit it on the ground and it started working!
p.s. dont hit is real hard or youll jst mess it up worse