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My Sansa turns off by itself...Help?

Every so often my Sansa turns off by itself, sometimes in the middle of the song. But when I turn it back on it plays threw the same song just fine. Its getting annoying having to turn it back on every single time this happens, can anyone help me?please?? Thnx.

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This happens to me to but only when Im listening to a long playlist and I haven't switched anything in a while, but if you go to "settings" and the to "auto shut-off" you can set the time you want it to auto shut off, usually it is on 5mins, so when the 5 minutes are up that you haven't touched it, it will shut off, i belive you sett it all the way up to 125 minutes, hope this helps!

Posted on Jun 14, 2007

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