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My sound stopped working!

I like to listen to my Sansa on the way to school and stuff, and so when I went to turn it on yesterday, the sound wasn't working! I checked and tried everything I can think of. It's not on mute, the sound's turned all the way up and I've tried five different pairs of headphones, three of which are brand new. I'm stumped on what to do and am so pissed off, seeing as how I only just got it a Christmas time! Please help me.

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Does seem really odd I must say. All I can suggest for that is to update to the latest firmware version if you haven't already: http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376 Otherwise try a format. The e200 series does seem to become buggy after a while apparently. I had the corrupt file problem where some of the file names got messed up and you couldn't play the file. Had to format then, lost everything and had to rebuild from scratch.

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