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Everything in Japanese characters!

My daughter was fooling around with her MP3 Sandisk e130 and accidentally changed her language choice to Japanese (I think)...all of her instructions and options are now in characters that we can't recognize. How do we find the language option and change back to english??

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Anonymous

I had the same problem when I first got the player and selected another language. I looked at the booklet and figured when first turning it on, hit the down arrow 3 times, then select, then hit the down arrow 4 times then select is how I got to English setting.

Posted on Jul 09, 2007

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