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Scratches I've read plenty about how effective Ice Creme is for removing scratches from IPods. My question is, does Ice Creme remove scratches from the SanDisk e200? Does it damage it? Is there any other plastic scratch remover that has proven effective for the SanDisk e200? Thanks.

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Use "plain-jane" toothpaste, preferably the blueish greenish kind, Works Wonders! don't be afraid to put a little elbow grease into it.

Good luck.

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Here's a page showing links how to reconnect the player to the MAC Operating System and how to use iTunes for the e200 series:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/229/kw/mac/p/555%2C618/r_id/101834

When the firmware on the player has been erased, a download and reinstallation of the firmware has to be performed.

The Sansa Firmware Updater can only be used on Windows based systems: So get the firmware directly from this site : http://forums.sandisk.com/sansa/board?board.id=e200
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How do I replace the battery on the Sansa e200 player? trnsp.gif trnsp.gif trnsp.gif trnsp.gif trnsp.gif Answer 1. Remove the back on the e200 by removing the 4 screws.
2. Lift off the back by using a finger nail or a small flat head screw driver. It will not take a lot of force to remove.

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