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I hate blue

My sansa e130 isn't working right. When I turn it on, the blue light comes on but nothing else. And after a little while (a few seconds) it goes back off. Please help.

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  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2007

    i have the same problem it says sandisk and then i turns off and it has full battery

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Hey i got a different type of sandisk but i have the same problem!my mp3 when i turn it on it says sandisk and then it turns off i dont know why

Posted on Dec 22, 2007

  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2007

    that sucks i just got it 5 days ago and it broke on the 3 day!!

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Goes off because the backlight is on a timer. after 20 seconds or so it turns off if no buttons are pushed. if the player will still play music but nothing shows on the screen, then the display is shot. The screen is not replaceable on these players. sorry, but it's most likely junk now. You could use it as a data storage device still. Best bet is to buy a used player off ebay or amazon.

Posted on Jul 29, 2007

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