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I got my sansa e250 wet, and i've been letting it dry in front of the fan. at first it worked fine, i could listen to music and i could see the screen. then it froze, and ever since i tried to restart it, the screen won't turn on..it's black; the blue light on the wheel turns on. sometimes i can't turn it off once i turn it on, and i can't get it to play or get the screen to work anymore. does anyone have any suggestions. ps it's my boyfriend's, so i'm trying to get it to work without him finding out..please help!

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  • michelle muniz Jun 21, 2007

    i got it to work fine this morning; it played and everything...i guess maybe once it dried for a day or so, it was fine...

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The motherboard is messed up. There is some corrosion on it. you are going to have to get the motherboard replaced. our company can fix it, but you will have to tell your boyfriend. Thanks, Connie

Posted on Jun 20, 2007

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